Calendar

May
24
Thu
Technical Consultation on UNESCO’s Monitoring of Safety of Journalists
May 24 – May 31 all-day

The CMPF’s Mario Viola de Azevedo Cunha will be in attendance at the UNESCO meeting in Paris.

May
25
Fri
International Seminar: The Right to Freedom of Expression and Information (Spain) @ Edificio Luis Campos Górriz
May 25 @ 09:30 – 14:00

CMPF coordinator, Elda Brogi and the Media Pluralism Monitor expert for Spain, Pere Masip will speak at the international seminar, The Right to Freedom of Expression and Information. the seminar will take place in Valencia, Spain at CEU, Cardenel Herrera University

For more information see the website.

Jun
4
Mon
Legal Trajectories of Neoliberalism: Critical Inquiries on Law in Europe @ Sala Triaria, Villa Schifanoia
Jun 4 all-day

Please find the workshop details here.

Jun
11
Mon
CMPF’s 2018 Summer School for Journalists and Media Practitioners
Jun 11 – Jun 15 all-day

The 2018 CMPF Summer School for Journalists and Media Practitioners will be held in Florence at the EUI 11-15 June and will focus on journalism in the age of algorithms and artificial intelligence.

For more details and a list of this year presenters see here.

Jun
15
Fri
Upholding the freedom of expression, including media freedom, in the EU and beyond
Jun 15 all-day

CMPF Director, Pier Luigi Parcu will attend the inter-parliamentary conference “Upholding the freedom of expression, including media freedom, in the EU and beyond” organised by the European Parliament in cooperation with the Czech Chamber of Deputies.

Jun
25
Mon
Data Access Initiative Workshop @ Villa Schifanoia
Jun 25 all-day

In cooperation with the Media Policy Lab of the media authority Berlin-Brandenburg (mabb), the CMPF will host the Data Access Initiative Workshop. The workshop will gather representatives of media authorities in Europe, academics, and NGOs, with the aim to reconsider the regulatory position in relation to the increasing influence of online intermediaries and the impact of their activities on information pluralism.