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How can we protect young people in particular from hate speech on the Internet?
The phenomenon of 'hate speech' is becoming more and more widespread in society. Not only, but especially children and young people are exposed to these comments with all their consequences. How has this problem evolved over the years, what can be done to counteract it, and how can young people in particular protect themselves from, and take action against hate speech online? MPs Carole Hartmann and...
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The new law on financial aids for professional journalism
In order to keep pace with the development of the media landscape, and to further promote quality journalism in the future, a reform of the press assistance is currently being worked on.
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Medien
Medien: D’Onofhängegkeet an d’Villfalt vu de Medie garantéieren D’Gesetz iwwert den Informatiounszougang ass gestëmmt ginn. Dat Gesetz garantéiert de Bierger an de Journalisten en Recht zu Informatioune vun de Verwaltungen. Mat der Reform vun der Pressehëllef ass de Mediepluralismus an deem Sënn gestäerkt ginn, datt elo och Online-Medie finanziell ënnerstëtzt ginn. D’DP wäert och an Zukunft d’Onofhängegkeet...
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Freedom of press in the EU
In Hungary, a radio station was forced to shut its activities on 14 February 2021. In July 2020, the Hungarian government has already interfered in the media world with the dismissal of the editor-in-chief of "Index", the first news website in Hungary. In Poland, more than 40 media institutions went on strike in February to protest against a proposed "advertising tax", which was seen as an attack on...
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Focusing on professional journalists
A new media law will soon be passed in the Chamber of Deputies. On this occasion, we had a conversation with Guy Arendt, the chairman of the parliamentary commission in charge of the issue.
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How can we protect young people in particular from hate speech on the Internet?
The phenomenon of 'hate speech' is becoming more and more widespread in society. Not only, but especially children and young people are exposed to these comments with all their consequences. How has this problem evolved over the years, what can be done to counteract it, and how can young people in particular protect themselves from, and take action against hate speech online? MPs Carole Hartmann and...
read more...
The new law on financial aids for professional journalism
In order to keep pace with the development of the media landscape, and to further promote quality journalism in the future, a reform of the press assistance is currently being worked on.
read more...
Medien
Medien: D’Onofhängegkeet an d’Villfalt vu de Medie garantéieren D’Gesetz iwwert den Informatiounszougang ass gestëmmt ginn. Dat Gesetz garantéiert de Bierger an de Journalisten en Recht zu Informatioune vun de Verwaltungen. Mat der Reform vun der Pressehëllef ass de Mediepluralismus an deem Sënn gestäerkt ginn, datt elo och Online-Medie finanziell ënnerstëtzt ginn. D’DP wäert och an Zukunft d’Onofhängegkeet...
read more...
Freedom of press in the EU
In Hungary, a radio station was forced to shut its activities on 14 February 2021. In July 2020, the Hungarian government has already interfered in the media world with the dismissal of the editor-in-chief of "Index", the first news website in Hungary. In Poland, more than 40 media institutions went on strike in February to protest against a proposed "advertising tax", which was seen as an attack on...
read more...
Focusing on professional journalists
A new media law will soon be passed in the Chamber of Deputies. On this occasion, we had a conversation with Guy Arendt, the chairman of the parliamentary commission in charge of the issue.
read more...
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