A major new global ranking index tracking the state of free expression is published today
Council of Europe media alert filed condemning legal action against the author of Moneyland
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] In celebration of one of football’s biggest international tournaments, here is Index’s guide to the free speech...
The media “can’t afford thinking”: Why Portuguese journalists are leaving newsrooms for government roles
While the Portuguese media goes through a crisis, the government has taken to hiring unmotivated and underpaid journalists, accelerating the hollowing out of newsrooms.
“Green receipts” are a way for independent or freelance workers in Portugal to charge companies for their services on an occasional basis, but the system is often abused
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Although not exposed to the perils that press freedom encounters in places such as Turkey or Hungary, experts in...
The closing months of 2015 were enough to prove that Portuguese journalism is facing a serious challenge from which it probably won’t emerge the same
To highlight the most pressing concerns for press freedom in Europe, Index’s Mapping Media Freedom correspondents discuss the violations the stood out most
In their search to invest oil and diamond money in Europe, the Angolan oligarchy has bought strategic positions in the Portuguese media in recent years