Branka Gabriela Valentić - Hina director again

The Croatian News Agency (Hina) Governing Council appointed, by majority of votes, Branka Gabriela Valentić, the existing Hina director, to be the Agency head for one more term.


Journalists associations of the region call for investigation of assault against Croatian journalist Mladen Mirković

The Western Balkan’s Regional Platform for Advocating Media Freedom and Journalists’ Safety, representing more than 7800 members, strongly condemns the unprecedented brutal physical assault and death threats made against Mladen Mirković, journalist of the Croatian portal, by the Mayor of Požega, Vedran Neferović.


CJA condemns brutal physical attack of Požega Mayor against journalists followed by death threats

The Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) condemns strongly today's brutal attack against Mladen Mirković, journalist of the local portal The attacker was Požega Mayor Vedran Neferović. CJA calls the police to urgently and thoroughly investigate all facts about that case.


CJA: World Press Freedom Day is not exactly the day to be proud of great media freedom

World Press Freedom Day is, due to all known circumstances, not a day to celebrate high range of media freedom but a day to recall of media freedom to be more and more threatened, said Saša Leković, CJA president, at the occasion of the World Press Freedom Day. He highlighted the negative Croatian rating given by relevant international organizations and increasing pressure and attacks against journalists.


Tito Gubić got seven months imprisonment because of threatning Provjereno reporter

Tito Gubić was sentenced to seven months of imprisonment because he had threatened Ema Branica, the Provjereno reporter on September 28, 2016 during shooting. He told her „You will end like Pukanić“ (National weekly magazine owner and editor killed by bomb). The sentence is now final.


False accusations of Partnership for Social Development that CJA does not care for its member Dušan Miljuš's safety

Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) rejects false accusations of Partnership for Social Development (PSD) association, publisher of portal, that has publicly stated that CJA does not care for its member Dušan Miljuš's safety. Accusations are based on false statements and are aimed to discredit CJA's activities regarding journalist protection from all kinds of attacks.


Regional media organizations call for termination of attacks against Macedonian journalists

Regional Platform for Advocating Media Freedom and Journalists' Safety wants to express its solidarity and support to journalists and media workers in Macedonia faced with constant pressures, including physical attacks and death threats.


We condemn portal attack against Milanka Opačić, Croatian Parliament vice-president

The Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) condemns portal because of publishing photomontage of Ms Milanka Opačić, vice-president of the Croatian Parliament, in „tea-shirt with Chetnik symbols“.


Croatia: Freedom of speech and rights of minorities under attack

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) backs its Croatian affiliate, the Croatian Journalists’ Association (CJA), in denouncing the attack against freedom of speech and the rights of ethnic minorities in Croatia.


President has no right to invite just selected journalists to her Press Conference

Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) welcomes the fact that the Croatian President has accepted our frequent requests for politicians to have press conferences instead of communicating with the press through press releases without possibility of putting questions. But at the same time we find the fact that just some journalists, selected by the President and her Office, have been asked to attend today's Press Conference to be shocking. We have received complaints about it from several editorial boards. We want to add that no foreign correspondent has been invited to the Conference.


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