The Speak Up conference in Brussels once again cautioned about the dramatic difficulties faced by media in the West Balkans and Turkey.
Imer Mushkolaj, President of the Board of the Press Council, points to the major problems of media sector in Kosovo.
Turkey is still in the shock of having lost 102 people on Saturday, 10 October, who were killed by twin suicide bombers as they had gathered for a Peace Rally in the capital.
Leila Bičakčić, director of the Center for Investigative Reporting in Bosnia and Herzegovina (CIN), speaks about the roles and functions of these centers, as well as the differences and compatibili
Ilva Tare is a well-known TV journalist in Albania. She assesses the situation of professional standards of journalism at the current stage, citing the main weaknesses and strengths.
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