Former in-house lawyer for oil firm SBM Offshore now allowed to return home
Former SBM Offshore employee releases details of multimillion dollar payoffs to a Panamanian company following a cancelled BP deal
Whistleblower’s evidence contributed to an oil company paying fines amounting to over $US800 million in a corruption and bribery scandal
Oil industry exec arrested on holiday in 2020 hospitalised after embassy alerted police
Unpatriotic behaviour. Sedition. Being in the pay of shadowy external forces. Faking a neo-Nazi event. These are just a few of the charges that have recently been levelled against independent journalists by pro-government media outlets in several central and eastern European countries.
Several journalists and news outlets from Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina faced death threats following their coverage a war crimes trial
Independent journalist Jovo Martinovic’s arrest with 13 other individuals during a joint Croatian and Montenegrin police operation on 22 October 2015 began an ongoing ordeal
The cancellation of three radio programmes on 4 July by Croatia’s public broadcaster marks the latest in a line of sweeping changes the network has undergone since January 2016.
The battle to establish credible public service broadcasters in transitional democracies has been difficult.
Mapping Media Freedom launched to the public on 24 May 2014. Two years on, the platform has verified over 1,800 media violations