The Presumption of Innocence in Journalistic Reporting: Press Conference & Workshop

In cooperation with & supported by PRESS CONFERENCE EU-funded Uni Vienna study shows persistent violation of presumption of innocence in reporting on suspects Muslims, refugees particularly affected A study headed by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee in partnership with the Media Governance & Industries Research Lab of the University of Vienna as well as human rights... Continue Reading →

Die EU – Der Feind von oben?

**Dieser Blog Post ist Teil der Jean-Monnet-Ringvorlesung: Crises, Democracy and the Media in Europe und der ‘Jean Monnet Chair of European Media Governance and Integration Series’ unter der Leitung von Jean Monnet Chair of European Media Governance & Integration Prof. Katharine Sarikakis, kuratiert von Wagner Piassaroli Mantovaneli und Markos Mpadanes. Die jetzige Reihe von Blog... Continue Reading →

Right-wing populism, gender and the web

*This blog post is part of the Jean Monnet Chair of European Media Governance and Integration Series curated by Wagner Piassaroli Mantovaneli & Markos Mpadanes By Prof. Birgit Sauer Right-wing populist parties and movements use the so-called “crisis of liberal representative democracies” and the shifts in party landscape and participation to mobilize constituency especially of... Continue Reading →

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