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Eurofora publishes FrontPage Permanent Link to PanEuropean CoE Platform for Protecting Journalists

Written by ACM
Wednesday, 14 October 2015


 

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On the occcasion of the official Sign in also by New York Headquartered "Committee to Protect Journalists" and of "Index on Censorship", together with CoE's Secretary General Thornbjorn Jagland, for the PanEuropean Organisation's "Platform for the Protection of Journalism and the Safety of Journalists", (joining Energies Together with the European and International Federations of Journalists, "Article 19", the Association of EU Journalists, and Paris' Headquartered "Reporters without Borders"), Yesterday in Strasbourg,,
 

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where an International Conference on Freedom of Expression and Democracy is Timely taking place during 2 Days, with the Participation of more than 300 Experts, European or National Officials, Judges, NGOs, Journalists, Human Rights' Defenders, etc,

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almost at the Same Time that COE Published, on this mid-October 2015,  a landmark collective New Book warning that "Journalism (is) at Risk", given various "Threats" and "Challenges", but also "Perspectives",

 

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following also the Call launched Today by CoE's Director for Information Society and against Crime, Jan Kleijssen for Media's Help to Inform all interested People about that New Tool in favour of all Journalists' elementary Liberty in front of any Threat of Oppression,

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=> "EuroFora" decided to offer a First-Page Permanent Link, for all our Readers, to the above mentioned COE's "Platform", (which is regularly Updated with Fresh New Content on selected Concrete Cases, relevant News on Press Freedom, etc) :


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Sarkozy stimulated by Irish "No" challenge : - "It's a call to change and build Europe otherwise. Not later, but now. It won't be easy, but it's fascinating !"

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* Paris, Elysee, June 14, 2008.

Forthcoming EU Chairman, French President Nikolas Sarkozy, created a surprise by declaring that the challenge of the Irish "No" to the EU Treaty, stimulates his belief that we must immediately change the way Europe is built.

A difficult but fascinating task, that he intends to accomplish in the next 6 Months, during which he will analyse developments 3 times to EU Parliament in Strasbourg, on July, October and December 2008.

But Agenda obliged to give a first reply to Questions raised by the Irish Referendum, on the sidelines of a Press Conference with USA President GWBush, in Paris' Elysee palace, Saturday :

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Sarkozy's reply was twofold :

First, the Franco-German position is that EU must make sure "that the Irish Incident does not become a Crisis". Ratification must continue, after 18 EU Member States, also to the rest, as UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown promised.

But, pointing at deeper causes, Sarkozy also criticized bureaucratic "sabotage" of Europe's "founding fathers" original dream. The move reminded his Historic February and July 2007 speaches in Strasbourg on Europe's future, joining criticism to a call for EU's Renaissance, which now became urgent :

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