Preparing news media in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia for the digital age

The project aims to equip civil society organisations in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia with comprehensive knowledge of media pluralism, media freedoms, and access to information necessary in the digital transition of the news media sector.

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Project for journalists from Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy invites journalists, editors and media experts to participate in a project “Preparing news media in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia for the digital age” supported by the Transition Promotion Programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.

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ČT24 | Protests against alleged election fraud in Serbia

Listen to Ziga Faktor, Deputy Director and Head of the Brussels Office, on the Serbian elections.

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Libération | Serbia is not making sufficient efforts as a candidate country for EU accession

Although Serbia has been a candidate country for EU accession for eleven years, its efforts are at a standstill. Our researcher Jana Juzová commented on the situation for the French media outlet Libération. In her article, the media outlet also mentioned a policy paper on which Jana Juzová collaborated with Oszkar Roginer, our project manager and researcher.

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Looking ahead: Strategic roadmap for transatlantic unity In 2024 -Transatlantic Policy Forum in review-

This report, based on the Transatlantic Policy Forum held in November, examines the challenges facing the transatlantic relationship in 2024 in an increasingly volatile geopolitical environment. It highlights the potential impact on the post-war international order and its democratic values. The Ukrainian counter-offensive, the conflict between Israel and Hamas and the breakdown of dialogue between Serbia and Kosovo are highlighted as critical issues. The article also looks at the friction between China and the United States over Taiwan and possible interference in Taiwan's elections.

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RTVS | Serbia prepares for early election

Because of the current political situation in Serbia, there will be early election in December. Will they change anything? Our research fellow Oszkár Roginer-Hofmeister has commented on the issue in an interview with RTVS.

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RTVS: Will Serbia and Kosovo be able to continue dialogue after the attack in northern Kosovo?

Relations between Serbia and Kosovo have been worsened by the recent attack in the north of Kosovo. Jana Juzová, a researcher at the EUROPEUM Institute, commented on the situation on RTVS.

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BLOG | How can the EU boost the implementation of the Franco-German Proposal? A turning point for Kosovo-Serbia normalisation process

Serbia's refusal to recognise Kosovo, which unilaterally declared independence in 2008, is at the root of many problems within the region of Western Balkan. It hinders both countries’ EU membership paths, creates destabilisation in the Balkans, as visible in the recent unrest in northern Kosovo, and hinders regional economic cooperation. Writes our intern from our Brussel's office Costanza Celoria.

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ČRo Plus: Serbians are in the streets. Everyone has a slightly different reason, but no one wants a country of fear and hatred

Serbian society is divided. For several days now, Belgrade has been experiencing streets full of protesters. Why are people taking to the streets and what is the mood in Serbia? In an interview for Za obzorem, our researcher Jana Juzová reflected on this.

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ČRo Plus: What can we expect from the protests in Belegrade?

Our senior researcher Jana Juzová commented on the protests in Belgrade for Ranní Plus Český Rozhlas.

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