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World Press Freedom Index 2014: Balkan Powder Keg for Journalists

The 2014 World Press Freedom Index, released by Reporters Without Borders last Wednesday, on February 12, 2014, singled out Macedonia and Montenegro as the two countries in which press freedoms and freedom of expressi...

Registers for Additional Pressure on Journalists

The Media Development Center (MDC) believes that the new media legislation already demonstrates its anomalies which have direct effect to further undermine the freedom of media and the rights of journalists in Macedon...

Defamation Legislation abused in Effort to Silence Critical Media

The compensations awarded to the Head of the Administration for Security and Counter-Intelligence in the defamation lawsuit filed against the Editor-in-Chief and the journalist of “Fokus” weekly newsmagazine, and the ...

Debate: Broadcasting Council and Transparency

The Media Development Center (MDC), under the auspices of the USAID Project for Media Legal Reform and Responsible Media organizes, on Friday, December 6, 2013, at 11:00 hours, at the Holiday Inn Hotel, a two-hour deb...

Fifth Tolerance March Held in Skopje

The 5th Tolerance March, under the motto “There is Love for All in Macedonia – the Violence Doesn’t Start and Won’t End with Me!”, dedicated to the right to life free of violence, was held last Saturday, November 16, ...

Prison Sentence for Kežarovski is Sentence against Freedom of Expression

The Front for Freedom of Expression believes that the 4.5 years prison sentence of journalist Tomislav Kežarovski is yet another serious blow against the freedom of expression and freedom of media in the Republic of M...