Hungary: Child rights experts visit migrant transit zones

Children’s rights will conclude later today a three-day visit to Hungary to evaluate risks of sexual abuse and exploitation faced by migrant children placed in transit zones.

Podcast: How disinformation threatens the future of news and information

In this podcast, Claire Wardle discusses the threat posed by disinformation to the news and information we rely upon.

Germany: ‘We are not Jewish’ human rights complaint set for judgement

The applicants, Bluma and Alain Perelman, are French nationals who were born in 1947 and live in Frankfurt/Main (Germany). The case concerns their complaint that they were considered members of the Frankfurt Jewish community without their consent.

Podcast: Is fake news the price of a free media?

In this podcast interview, Sheffield University researcher Anne Burns, discusses the threats posed by fake news to accurate reporting of important events.

Media free expression in spotlight as judgements loom in complaints against Iceland and Poland

Complaints against Iceland and Poland which are set for judgement on 4 July, will highlight again the issue of media free expression in Europe.