Politics, Human Rights And The Media In Ghana

14 December 2017 / By Prof Kwame Karikari Politics and the mass media are as interlinked as, to borrow a local expression, the teeth and the tongue. Neither can do without the other. Since the newspaper, the first medium of mass communication, was first developed, it has always served as an instrument for the pursuit of…

Promoting Media Pluralism and Democracy: Commission hosts second Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights

November 17, 2016/ By Press Release A Eurobarometer survey published today, 17 November, shows that European citizens are worried about the independence of the media; levels of trust in media are low, and citizens are concerned about the impact of online hate speech. First Vice-President Frans Timmermans, Commissioner Günther Oettinger and Commissioner Věra Jourová will…

Journalism within the European Public Sphere

New Paper on Media Pluralism Journalism within the European Public Sphere M Chyliñski – Open Europe: Cultural Dialogue Across Borders … Meanwhile, despite the fact that the EU spends billions on supporting domestic production in the sphere of culture and the media, one cannot but get the impression that it supports freedom of the press,…