Europäische Journalisten Föderation

Turkey : Set Journalists Free

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Monitoring

Reports
> EU Progress Reports on Turkey   201420132012 – 2011
> OSCE reports on Turkey
Regular Report to the Permanent Council by Dunja Mijatović, OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, for the period from 19 June 2014 through 26 November 2014
Presidential elections 2014
OSCE FOM table on imprisoned journalists in Turkey – 10 March 2014
> CoE reports on Turkey
The rule of law on the Internet and in the wider digital world. Issue Paper published by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights
3rd quarterly activity report 2014 by Nils Muižnieks
> Bia Media Monitoring Reports : April-June 2014
> PEN International : Free expression under shadow
> IFJ reports : 2 journalists killed in Turkey in 2014
> CPJ reports : 40 imprisoned journalists in Turkey (2013) / 20 journalists killed in Turkey since 1992
> RSF Press Freedom Index 2014  : Turkey is ranked at 154 position with 45,87 points (between Irak and Gambia)
> Human Rights Watch : Turkey: Security Bill Undermines Rights
> Freedom House / Freedom of the Press 2014 : „The region’s largest numerical change occurred in Turkey, which declined from 56 to 62 points and moved from Partly Free to Not Free.“


This project is being implemented by the following organisations

EFJTGS IFJ

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EIDHR
The Set Journalists Free in Turkey campaign is part of the Campaign to Decriminalise Turkish Journalism, to free speech and protect work place rights project which receives the financial support of the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) Program managed by the European Commission. All responsibilities regarding the contents and the actions are the sole responsibility of to the EFJ and should not be considered as reflecting the views of the European Union.