We published an overview of our work in 2022. All together, we carried out 30 projects, along with a research programme.
Scientific paper has been published based on a comparative analysis of media ownership structures in Austria, Hungary, Slovenia and Turkey.
Article: Aligning populist worldviews of citizens to media preferences: peculiarities of an illiberal political context
The journal East-European Politics has just released the article by Mojca Pajnik, Nejc Berzelak and Ajda Šulc.
Liberties’ annual EU-wide rule of law report found rules created by governments were too weak to stop or reduce corruption in 2022.
Peace institute together with Liberties joins open letter by 40-plus journalist, media freedom groups asking Members of the European Parliament to support a strong Media Freedom Act.
The Slovenian Research Agency's 2021 Annual Report includes the selection of scientific achievements »Excellent in Science 2021«.
Establishing an up-to-date overview and understanding of the state of democracy in the European Union, its challenges, strengths and threats, and the roles and functions of media and journalism...
Our Media: A civil society action to generate media literacy and activism, counter polarization and promote dialogue
Increased media activism and participation of CSOs in policymaking.
Defending and strengthening the role of civil society and journalists in protecting democracy in Slovenia
Defending and strengthening the role of civil society and journalists in protecting democracy in Slovenia.
The project aims to increase resilience of civil society organisations and journalists in Slovenia to sustain their watchdog role.
The project ‘s aim is to reaffirm media freedom and counter disinformation and hateful propaganda in Western Balkans and Turkey’.
Study on sustainability of professional journalism in media business environment in the Western Balkans
The study, developed for the TACSO 3 project, aims at providing the assessment of the media landscape in six Western Balkan countries from an economic perspective.
Article / Theorizing and mapping media ownership networks in authoritarian-populist contexts: a comparative analysis of Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, and Turkey
The article aims to contribute to the ongoing discussions on authoritarian populism and the media, from the lens of the political economy of ownership.
Article / Aligning populist worldviews of citizens to media preferences: peculiarities of an illiberal political context
In this article the authors look at how people’s relations to the media shape their anti-establishment, people-centrist and exclusionist populist worldviews.
This study focuses on debates on 10 Facebook pages of Austrian and Slovenian mass media during the so-called “refugee crisis” of 2015–2016.
Article Intersectional representation in online media discourse: reflecting anti-discrimination position in reporting on same-sex partnerships
Taking the example of online media reporting on same-sex partnerships in Slovenia, the authors analyze how power relations are reinforced when one type of media discourse fails to acknowledge...
A detailed presentation of how propaganda-oriented media systems work and why it is necessary to oppose them is presented in the following analysis.
Published by European Commission. Brankica Petković from the Peace Institute also participated in the research in collaboration with the European University Institute in Florence.