The event took place against the backdrop of a deteriorating media and freedom of expression situation in many countries of Central and South East Europe.
Public service media in South East Europe: Can the giants be taken from the grip of political interests?
An editorial by Brankica Petković and Sandra B. Hrvatin.
Comparative overview of funding and governing models of the public service media in nine countries of South East Europe.
Communicating citizens’ protests, requiring public accountability: Case studies from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia
The study finds that response to protests by both media and the government was rather systemic, with both failing to act in the public interest.
Researchers of the Peace Institute and colleagues contributed to the thematic cluster in the journal Družboslovne razprave analysing the uprising movement in Slovenia in the period 2012–2013.
The Editorial Advisory Board includes Mojca Pajnik from the Peace Institute.
Our approach is inspired by the concept of intercultural media education, which includes the principles of equality, tolerance, social justice and solidarity.
MEET aims at promoting a critical and inter-cultural understanding as well as an aware use of media among young citizens in multicultural public schools in democratic societies.
The project deals with the processes of gender differentiation in the media industry reproduced through the media’s convergence, conglomeration and commodification.
The project aims at increasing the impact of civil society in developing public policies on media reforms in Macedonia.
The project explores the opportunities for activist engagement, especially in the context of increased relevance of ICTs and social networking.
To build a comprehensive look on how the technological and social convergence of the media based on digitisation (trans)form processes of mediatisation.
Public service values in media and journalism are endangered and therefore need to be monitored and protected.
Ours and Yours. On the History of Slovenian Newspaper Discourse of the 19th and Early 20th Centuries
"The story of the emergence of Slovenian newspapers in the broad sense is at the same the story of the emergence of the creation of Slovenian nationalism."
Media Preferences and Perceptions. A Survey Among Students, Ethnic Minorities and Politicians in Slovenia
"Is the emergence of the so-called citizen journalism, made possible by digital technology, actually increasing the power and influence of citizens in relation to media and other power centres?"
"Striving for EU membership is a prerequisite for the economic development of aspiring countries and their climb up the European hierarchy."
In these essays, a series of authors get to grips with the multiple facets of “nano-media.”
"Post-socialist nostalgia, an unexpected phenomenon that has surprised practically everyone who has experienced the transition period in former socialist countries."