The presidential election in Belarus fell well short of international standards for transparent, free and fair elections, and saw a clear attempt by the authorities to manipulate the outcome, according to independent election monitoring organisations.
Source: Radio Liberty
Between 29 April – 19 May (first monitoring period) and 3 – 23 June 2020 (second monitoring period), MEMO 98, a Slovak non-profit specialist media-monitoring organization, in cooperation with the Eurasian...
President Lukashenko has tried to play down the upcoming election as an unnecessary distraction from business as usual, but an active social media movement has shown the public is no longer prepared to go along with an alternate reality, according to a new...
V súvislosti s 2.schôdzou Výboru NR SR pre kultúru a médiá (7.4.2020), na ktorej Výbor riešil objektivitu spravodajstva RTVS a zaviazal generálneho riaditeľa RTVS o vyjadrenie, sme 21.4. z Výboru dostali odpoveď RTVS (Informácia RTVS), v ktor
The main purpose of the monitoring was to determine if voters had ample information to make qualified choices at the ballot box and whether this information was sufficiently diverse, balanced, and of adequate quality. Since we wanted to have the most prec
MEMO 98 and the Slovak media regulator organized a webinar on 14 April at the participation of Google, Facebook, Twitter, Access Now, members of ERGA, representatives of the European Commission, experts on disinformation, journalists, academia, interested
Voľby 2020: Dostatok kvalitných informácií aj napriek dezinformačným snahám
Bratislava, 24. marca 2020 – Podľa spoločnej správy MEMO 98 a GLOBSEC Policy Institute mali slovenskí občania v ostatn...