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European associations changing journalists’ job

May 5, 2011 – 15:23 |

On 10 March, the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment adopted a writ­ten dec­la­ra­tion on estab­lish­ing Euro­pean Statutes for Mutu­als, Asso­ci­a­tions and Foun­da­tions.
The Euro­pean Civic Forum got involved by organ­is­ing a pub­lic hear­ing on this issue on 28 April. The forum seems …

EU and its citizens: the idea of!">Bridging the gap between EU and its citizens: the idea of!

April 7, 2011 – 16:52 |

The press is going wild about this website…we finally tested it.
It’s a fact: there’s a great gap between cit­i­zens and their Euro­pean rep­re­sen­ta­tives. Among oth­ers rea­sons, the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment is often accused of being dis­em­bod­ied.
Let’s think about …

Argentina’s take on guaranteeing media plurality

March 25, 2011 – 17:15 |

While we are only dis­cussing (here and there) in our White Paper a way to guar­an­tee media plu­ral­ity. A new law in Argentina is already fur­ther steps ahead with its new Law on Audio­vi­sual Media Services.

Brusselsleaks: Can we live in an open society?

March 9, 2011 – 15:30 |

UK/US fears over Brus­sels’ chal­lenge to Anglo-Saxon model of mar­kets.” This is Brus­sel­sleaks’ first leak pub­lished in the late Feb­ru­ary. But it is in fact “a mir­ror from [Wik­ileaks] Cable­leaks”, said Brus­sel­sleaks spokesper­son “[it] also …