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South East European Media Observatory
NNS South East European Media Observatory  xxs.jpgProject 'South East European Media Observatory' nurture and foster prominent role of civil society in the media reform processes in the countries of South East Europe. Website is a informational platform about public debates on media freedom and pluralism, particularly addressing impact of media ownership and political clientelism.
Buča knjigotrštvo d.o.o.
Kolarjeva 47
1000 Ljubljana
tel.: +386 1 230 65 80
fax: +386 1 230 65 85
Contact Person: Ana Grča


  • Call for applications for a doctoral researcher (2014.04.03)
    The Peace Institute, Metelkova 6, Ljubljana, Slovenia, calls for applications for a doctoral researcher (a full time PhD research position of a young research fellow in Ljubljana). Further information regarding the application and the conditions of enrolment are accessible HERE.
    The deadline for applications is 19th April 2014.
  • Central and Eastern European NGOs statement on the Future of the European Court of Human Rights (2014.04.01)
    A conference devoted to „The Long-Term Future of the European Court of Human Rights” will be held in Oslo, Norway on the 7th and 8th of April 2014. The conference is organized under the auspices of the Council of Europe and will be one of the most important debates on the future of the European Court of Human Rights (“ECtHR”) since the Brighton Conference held on 18-20 April 2012.

    A coalition of non-governmental organizations coming from Central and Eastern Europe would like to take the opportunity to recall the fundamentals lying behind the adoption of the Convention. Coming from countries where the ECtHR triggered important democratic changes and brought substantial progress with regards to human rights protection, we feel obligated to take a stand in the ongoing debate. We feel well-placed to do so, since we witnessed the potential of the ECtHR to influence the case law on repairing structural deficiencies in countries of transition.
  • Five selected proposals for advocacy actions of civil society organizations (2014.03.25)
    Five proposals from civil society organizations were selected to implement advocacy campaigns and organize actions aiming to support free, independent, pluralistic and viable media in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia – announced the Steering Committee of the project “South East European Media Observatory” today after having evaluated the applications received till the deadline of February 28, 2014. Civil society organizations from the above mentioned countries submitted 23 applications for this call.
  • New publication (2014.03.21)
    pajnik knjiga 2014.jpgPlagrave released new book  'Contesting Integration, Engendering Migration : Theory and Practice' edited by  Floya Anthias and Mojca Pajnik. The book provides an evaluation of some of the problems with current processes and policies on integration in Europe, both in relation to broader aims of democratization and in relation to the ways in which gendered assumptions and practices are embedded in the policies and outcomes of European migration regimes. The book analyses integration as a contested concept, providing a cross-disciplinary theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented analysis of the integration-migration nexus. Integration is analysed sociologically, politically and legally as a concept that reinforces boundaries of ethnicity and problematizes difference and diversity.
  • Boris Dežulović – winner of the European Press Prize 2013 (2014.03.17)
    eupreesprize.jpgA journalist from Croatia who regularly writes columns for several print and online media across the region (including Jutarnji list and Globus in Croatia, Oslobođenje in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dnevnik in Slovenia etc.) received the award on 17 March 2014 at the London ceremony. Dežulović is saluted by the European media community and awarded the 2013 European Press Prize for his column »Vukovar: a Life-Size Monument to the Dead City«, published by Globus, Croatia, on 19 November 2013, at the time of annual commemoration of the fall of Vukovar.
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