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SEEMO - Founded 2000 - Defending Press Freedom in South, East and Central Europe

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SEEMO Calendar SEEMO in the News
March - Call for the Dr. Erhard Busek SEEMO 2013 Award for Better
Understanding 2013
March - I Belgrade Media Days
April - Call for the Beta Photo Award / SEEMO Photo Human Rights Award 2013
April - Media Workshop, Warszawa in cooperation SEEMO - IMC
SEEMO Media Experts Oppose Restricted Access to Bulgarian Business Registry
Medien-Landschaft am Balkan kommt in Bewegung
Fonetovih prvih 17 godina
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SEEMO pictures

  • President of Montenegro Filip Vujanovic and Oliver Vujovic, October 2012

  • Nada Popovic Perisic, dean of the private faculty for media and
    communication Singidunum, Belgrade and Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary
    General

  • Zarko Puhovski, Zagreb philosopher and former president of the Croatian
    Helsinki Committee , SEEMO Conference Opatija 2005

  • Denis Latin from TV show Latinica in Croatia, receives the SEEMO-Busek Award
    in 2002

  • Shkelzen Maliqi, Kosovo philosopher, SEEMO Conference, 2003

  • Adem Demaci,  Kosovo writer and  politician and  Grujica Spasojevic, Danas
    daily editor-in-chief (today Serbian Ambassador in Bosnia-Herzegovina),
    SEEMO Conference, Ohrid, 2003

  • Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat together with Oliver Vujovic SEEMO
    Secretary General and Alina Radu, owner of the daily Ziarul de Garda,
    Chisinau, May 2012.

  • Tsvetan Gentchev Tsvetanov, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of Bulgaria and Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General, Sofia, April 2012

  • Ivica Dacic, Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior in a meeting with SEEMO mission, February 2012

  • Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaçi and SEEMO Secretary General Oliver Vujovic, Pristina, November 2011

  • Atifete Jahjaga, President of Kosovo and Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General, Pristina, November 2011

  • Prime Minister of Montenegro Igor Luksic and SEEMO Secretary General Oliver Vujovic

  • Director of Police of Montenegro Veselin Veljovic with SEEMO Secretary General Oliver Vujovic, Podgorica, November 2011

  • Sergei Stanishev, Bulgarian Prime Minister and Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General, Sofia 2008

  • Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic and SEEMO Secretary General Oliver Vujovic,
    V SEEMF, Belgrade, Serbia, November 2011

  • Opening with Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic,
    V SEEMF, Belgrade, Serbia, November 2011

  • V South East Europe Media Forum with Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic,
    Belgrade, Serbia, November 2011

  • Presentation of the Dr. Erhard Busek SEEMO Award 2011 to Drago Hedl, Croatia
    (Photo: Dr. Erhard Busek, Drago Hedl, Oliver Vujovic)

  • SEEMO conference in Sofia 2008:
    Opening panel with Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev

  • Gjorge Ivanov, President of the Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General, Skopje, October 2011

  • SEEMO Workshop: Investigative Journalism in Albania, Tirana, 2007

  • Presentation of the book Prime Time Crime by Kemal Kurspahic, publsihed by SEEMO, Belgrade, 2004

  • Nino Pavic, owner EPH group, Zagreb, SEEMO Conference, 2007

  • SEEMO Conference Roma Media in South, East and Central Europe, 2003

  • SEEMO Conference in cooperation with City of Vienna, Bohmann Verlage and City of Athens, Athens, 2003

  • SEEMO Workshop Investigative Journalism in Romania, Bucharest, 2007

  • SEEMO Conference in cooperation with City of Vienna, City of Belgrade, Serbian Government and Bohmann Verlage, Belgrade, 2005

  • Group of participants from Vojvodina in Salzburg, SEEMO Conference, 2003

  • SEEMO-ADA Conference, Vienna, 2006

  • II SEEMO Meeting of media representatives from Serbia and Kosovo, Skopje, 2003

  • SEEMO - Friedrich Ebert Stiftung - Verband Österreichischer Zeitungen Conference Media and Tolerance, Opatija, 2003

  • Ivo Pukanic (killed in 2008 by a car bomb), SEEMO Conference, Zagreb, 2007

  • Presentation of the SEEMO Human Rights Award 2010 to the Bulgarian cartoonist Christo Komarnitski

  • Regional Conference Opatija, 2003

  • SEEMO, City of Vienna, City of Trieste, Bohmann Verlag Conference Trieste, 2004

  • Round table: Two years of SEEMO and Press Freedom, in cooperation with Diplomatic Academy and Greek Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Vienna, 2002

  • Meeting with the Serbian Minister for Internal Affairs Ivica Dacic, Belgrade, 2009

  • Meting with representatives of the Hungarian Journalist Association, Budapest, 2010
  • Boris Bergant, Pavol Múdry, Alison Bethel McKenzie, Oliver Vujovic,
    Ingrid Deltenre (EBU Director General), Anthony Mills
  • SEEMO delegation with President of Croatia Ivo Josipovic

  • SEEMF, December 2010, Budapest: Srgjan Kerim (WAZ Media Gruppe), Gerhard Pfanzelter (Secretary General Central European Initative, CEI); Oliver Vujovic (Secretary General, SEEMO) and László Kövér (Speaker of the Hungarian Parlliament)

  • SEEMF, November 2009, Tirana: Bamir Topi (President of Albania) and Oliver Vujovic (Secretary General, SEEMO)

  • SEEMF, November 2009, Tirana: Vuslat Dogan Sabanci, Dogan publishing group, Turkey

  • SEEMO I Investigative Journalism Days, May 2010, Budva (Montenegro): Gerhard Schaumberger (Austrian Embassy), Zeljko Ivanovic (Vijesti daily), Ranko Krivokapic (President of the Parliament of Montengro), Oliver Vujovic (Secretary General, SEEMO)

  • Aiden White, former IFJ Secretary General, SEEMO Conference, Sofia 2008

  • President of Serbia Boris Tadic, SEEMO Secretary General Oliver Vujovic and SEEMO Board Member Radomir Licina, Belgrade June 2011

  • Stipe Mesic, President of Croatia and Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General, Zagreb, 2007

  • Bodo Hombach, WAZ Media Gruppe and Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General, 2007

  • Andreas Rudas, RTL Group, SEEMO Confernce Sofia 2008

  • Presentation of the Busek-SEEMO Award 2008: Erhard Busek (former Vice-Chancellor of Austria), Brankica Stankovic (Investigative reporter, RTV B92, Serbia) and Oliver Vujovic (SEEMO Secretary General)
...more


SEEMO concerned at the growing number of press freedom violations in South East Europe
Vienna 17 April 2013
 
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is concerned at the number of press freedom violations, and the pressure directed at the media, in South East Europe in recent weeks.

In Albania on 7 April 2013, a cameraman for one of the country’s leading TV channels, Top Channel, who covered a football match between Tirana and Skenderbeu, was allegedly beaten by police, stopped from filming and taken to a Tirana police station where he was allegedly beaten by high-ranking police officers... read more
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SEEMO alarmed at growing number of press freedom violations in South East Europe
Vienna 10 February 2013
 
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is alarmed at the number of press freedom violations in South East Europe in recent months. Additionally, SEEMO is worried that some media are not respecting basic professional standards, and are thus endangering colleagues from other media... read more
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SEEMO welcomes Serbia commission to investigate journalist murders
Vienna 4 February 2013
 
The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), supports the establishment and work of the Commission to investigate the murders of journalists Radislava Dada Vujasinovic, Slavko Curuvija and Milan Pantic in Serbia... read more
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SEEMO concerned at arrest of Croatia journalist
Vienna, 23 January 2013
 

The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), a network of editors, media executives and leading journalists from South East Europe and an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is shocked  at  the detention of Croatian journalist Jasna Babic, sued by a businessman for libel... read more

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SEEMO urges Serbia mayor to drop lawsuit against newspaper
Vienna, 23 January 2013
 
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), a network of editors, media executives and leading journalists from South East Europe and an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), appeals to Dragan Djilas, mayor of the city of Belgrade and president of the Democratic Party in Serbia, to drop his 120 billion Dinar (1,05 billion EUR) lawsuit against Serbian daily Kurir and its editor-in-chief, Sasa Milovanovic... read more
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Small bombs target journalists´ homes in Athens
Vienna, 14 January 2013
 

The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is alarmed at reports of  bombs being placed outside the homes of a number of journalists in Athens, Greece, on 11 January 2013... read more

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Turkish Cameraman, Jordanian Reporter Win 2012 SEEMO Human Rights Award
Vienna, 4 December 2012
 

 

The South and East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), has named Turkish cameraman Cüneyt Ünal and his missing colleague, Jordanian reporter of Palestinian origin Bashar Fahmi Kaddumi, the winners of the 2012 SEEMO Human Rights Award... read more

 
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SEEMO observes deterioration of press freedom in Greece
Vienna, 12 November, 2012
 

The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), has registered an increase in attacks and pressure on Greek journalists.

“Greek police and courts appear to be slow when investigating and condemning attacks against journalists and extremely fast when detaining media representatives,” SEEMO Secretary General Oliver Vujovic said... read more

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SEEMO Concerned at Serbia Draft Law
Vienna, 6 November, 2012
 

The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is concerned at Serbia's draft Law on Fees for the Use of Public Goods, drafted by the Ministry of Finance, whose provisions could undermine the independence of regulatory bodies in electronic communications: the Republic Agency for Electronic Communications (RATEL) and the Republic Broadcasting Agency (RBA)... read more

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SEEMO urges Serbian authorities to investigate attacks against journalists
Vienna, 2 November, 2012
 

Serbian journalists and their families have been targeted in three attacks using explosive devices in less than two weeks.

Following an incident on 30 October, 2012, the Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), said it had observed an escalation of attacks against journalists in Serbia... read more

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Jeta Xharra wins 2012 Dr. Busek – SEEMO Award for Better Understanding
Vienna, 30 October 2012
 
   

The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), has announced that Kosovo journalist Jeta Xharra is the winner of the 2012 Dr. Erhard Busek – SEEMO Award for Better Understanding in South East Europe...read more

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SEEMO concerned at the growing number of press freedom violations in South East Europe
SEEMO alarmed at growing number of press freedom violations in South East Europe
SEEMO welcomes Serbia commission to investigate journalist murders
SEEMO concerned at arrest of Croatia journalist
SEEMO urges Serbia mayor to drop lawsuit against newspaper

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Dr. Erhard Busek - SEEMO 2012 - WINNER
Human Rights Photo Award 2012 - WINNER
CEI Award 2012 - WINNER
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The South East Europe Media Organisation * Südosteuropäische Medienorganisation * Медијска организација Југоисточне Европе * Medijska organizacija Jugoistočne Europe
Medijska organizacija Jugoistočne Evrope * Organizata mediale e Evropës Juglindore * Medijska organizacija za Jugovzhodno Evropo
Медиумската организација на југоисточна Европа * Organizzazione dei Media del Sud-Est Europa *
l’Organisation des médias du Sud Est de l’Europe
Délkelet-európai Médiaszervezet * Organizácia médií juhovýchodnej Európy * Organizace medií jihovýchodní Evropy * Kaakkois-Euroopan maiden mediajarjesto
Медийна организация за югоизточна Европа * Media Organisatie voor Zuid Oost Europa * Organización de Medios de Comunicación del Sureste Europeo
Dimosiografikos Organismos Notioanatolikis Evropis (Δημοσιογραφικός Οργανισμός Νοτιοανατολικής Ευρώπης) * Медиа Организация Юго-Восточной Европы
Медiа Органiзацiя Пiвденно-Схiдно Європи * Organizacja Medii Poludniowo-Wschodniej Europy * Cənubi-Şərqi Avropa üzrə Media Təşkilatının
Den sydøsteuropæiske medieorganisation * ארגון המדיה הדרום-מזרח אירופי * दक्षिण पूर्वी यूरोप मीडिया संगठन * Güneydoğu Avrupa Medya Örgütü
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