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Ethnic Roma most discriminated in the press

BUCHAREST - The Press Monitoring Agency, or AMP, and the Romanian Center for Investigative Journalism, or CRJI, launched Monday, October 30th, the magazine "Minoritati si Discriminare in Agenda Presei", (Minorities and Discrimination in the Printed Press Agenda). 

The magazine includes four articles written by investigation journalists under CRJI coordination, a survey made by AMP on the minorities issue mirrored by the press in Romania, and legislation and deontology on discrimination and press-minorities relationship.

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International Day of Tolerance: statements by Council of Europe leaders

“We must change mentality to change reality ” Statement by Terry Davis, Secretary General of the Council of Europe on the International Day of Tolerance

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Dosta! TV spot available in all local languages

Dosta! TV spot was presented in Bosnia and Herzegovina last 4 December during a press conference which took place at the Common Institutions Building in Sarajevo. The Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees hosted the Press conference, which was also attended by European Commission, UNHCR and OSCE officials, as well as by representatives of the Roma Council.

The TV spot was already broadcasted by the Federal TV, BHTV and RTRS, together with the contributions of the Council of Europe representative.

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