Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum

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Media Freedom Watch is inviting those interested in the latest developments in media in Eastern Partnership countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine (in English and Russian) to subscribe to its weekly newsletter, an informational product of Media Freedom Watch website, funded by the European Union. 

The website is a concentrated source of information on the processes and events that take place in Eastern Partnership countries. It addresses a number of key problems existing in the media sphere of all six countries of the ENP East region through the coverage of these problem issues and bringing the attention of the international community to them – harassment of journalists; persecution of independent media; censorship and self-censorship; and complicated legal framework for media.

It is destined to become a bridge between the journalist community and media-NGOs, on the one hand, and EU official bodies, European human rights organizations and media organizations, on the other hand.

Eastern Partnership Media Freedom Watch Project is aimed at facilitating freedom of speech and media protection in the six countries by means of raising public awareness at both regional and international levels concerning the situation of media and journalist freedom in the region. The project is implemented by Internews-Ukraine, international public organization, with the support of the European Union and in terms of cooperation between leading media NGOs: Yerevan Press-Club (Armenia), Yeni Nesil Journalists Union (Azerbaijan), Green Wave Association (Georgia), Independent Journalism Centre (Moldova), and partners from Belarus and is supported by the Eastern Partnerhsip Civil Society Forum.

Should you have any further questions, please contact Media Freedom Watch Project Manager Nataliya Sad at

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