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MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER № 4 (66) 2021. Restriction on the print media activities
11.01.2022

MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER № 4 (66) 2021. Restriction on the print media activities

MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER No.2 (64) 2021. Persecution of journalists. Part I MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER № 3 (65) 2021. Restriction of freedom of media on the wed. Part II

02.12.2021

MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER № 3 (65) 2021. Restriction of freedom of media on the web

  MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER No.2 (64) 2021. Special Issue PERSECUTION OF MASS MEDIA AND JOURNALISTS IN 2021. Part І

02.11.2021

MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER No.2 (64) 2021. Persecution of journalists in 2021

The situation in Belarusian mass media field has critically aggravated since the time of Presidential election a year ago.

14.10.2020

BELARUS AFTER ELECTION. Report on the human rights situation in Belarus in the post-election period

The report was prepared by the following human rights organizations: Human Rights Centre"Viasna", the Belarusian Association of Journalists, the Belarusian Helsinki Committee and in cooperation with the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and World Organization Against Torture (OMCT).

06.08.2020

Coverage of the 2020 Presidential Elections in Belarusian Media. Report 2

The Belarusian Association of Journalists presented the second interim results of monitoring the media coverage of the 2020 presidential election.

Coverage of the 2020 Presidential Elections in Belarusian Media. Report 1
09.07.2020

Coverage of the 2020 Presidential Elections in Belarusian Media. Report 1

The Belarusian Association of Journalists presented the interim results of monitoring the media coverage of the 2020 presidential election.

MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER. MASS MEDIA DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
03.06.2020

MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER. MASS MEDIA DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Belarus appeared among the few European countries that refused to announce a lock-down in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic. But for that, the government rejected the seriousness of this deadly disease for a long period of time.The President of Belarus Aliaksandr Lukashenka called the pandemic a 'psychosis' and 'infodemia' and called on the Ministry of Information and law enforcement agencies to fight the spread of 'hype' on the subject of coronavirus.