The Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) established in 2012, is a research and training centre co-financed by the European Union . This initiative is a further step in the European Commission's on-going effort to improve the protection of media pluralism and media freedom in Europe and to establish what actions need to be taken at European or national levels to foster these objectives.
13 October 2014 - Media pluralism lessons from down under: Australia as a case-study of poor media policy-making leading to media ownership concentration
29-30 September 2014 - Update and Pilot Implementation of the Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM 2014): Conclusions and Recommendations for Future Implementations
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Policy Study - Freedom of Media in the Western Balkans
Policy Report: European Union Competencies in Respect of Media Pluralism and Media Freedom
Working Papers Series: "Freedom and Pluralism of the Media, Society and Markets".
Frank La Rue presents the Report "Freedom of Expression during Electoral Periods"
CMPF Summer School - Interviews with the participants
Forum on Media Pluralism - Eu Parliament.
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