Uruguay. Newspaper publishes Ossigeno data on attacks to journalists

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This observatory on freedom of the press in Italy applies "a rigorous method and monitors attacks geographically and chronologically"

Slovakian newspaper publishes Ossigeno data

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One third of the whole threats come from the mafia and it is fundamental to monitor such attacks, Medialne reports

Dunja Mijatović takes up office as Council of Europe Commissioner for H.R.

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She is the first woman to hold this post, succeeding Nils Muižnieks (2012-2018). She will "react rapidly and effectively to protect people’s human rights". Wishes from Ossigeno 

New fund to support EU investigative journalism launched

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A fund of up to €450,000 to support cross-border investigative journalism in the European Union was launched on 19 March 2018 by the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) and the International Press Institute (IPI).

Le Monde. “In Italy journalists under police protection”

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The report written by journalist Thomas Saintourens presented data collected by Ossigeno and interviews with Marilena Natale, Giovanni Tizian, Daniele Piervincenzi and Alberto Spampinato

Jan Kuciak. Little hope for an independent investigation, ECPMF reports

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Despite Prime Minister Robert Fico declaring investigation a priority. The slain journalist’s recent reports did involve the names of associates of current top Slovak government officials

Access to public documents. Why is FOIA a disappointment for journalism

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More benefits for citizens but the right of journalists to publish data without the consent of the interested parties seems at risk. A short essay by the lawyer Andrea Di Pietro

Fanpage. “More journalists demand the right to make questions”

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The number of assaults grows also due to the greater resistance of reporters to the gag of self-censorship, the director of Ossigeno told ADNkronos

The Genchi Case. What is it about. The story and its protagonists

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Who is Gioacchino Genchi, what investigations did he do, what is he accused of, when was he acquitted. Who is the author of the book about him and what does he tell

The Genchi Case. The eight trials in short

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The summary of the judicial proceedings faced by Edoardo Montolli after the publication of the book that reconstructs the misadventures of the former deputy commissioner of Palermo