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EPRA and its role at the centre of discussions at the MEDIADEM conference - update
posted on 08 February, 2013   (public)
[updated news item of 27 February with link to detailed report on the conference presentations] (c) Photo courtesy of Mediadem Together with the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy and the Association of European Journalists, EPRA co-organised a public...
36th EPRA Meeting in Jerusalem cancelled
posted on 22 November, 2012   (public)
Owing to the recent events in Israel and the cancellation of many participants, the EPRA Executive Board cancelled, on 21 November, the 36th EPRA meeting which was due to be held from 28 to 30 November 2012 in Jerusalem at the invitation of the Second Autority for Radio and...
Take a virtual visit of EPRA!
posted on 14 September, 2012   (public)
You are invited to take a virtual visit of EPRA and learn more about its composition, functioning and activities. Presentation of EPRA

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53rd EPRA meeting – "Living with hate speech": summary of discussion
posted on 27 August, 2021   (public)
What is hate speech? What is its impact? How to deal with it? Learn from key experts and find out about regulators' initiatives to tackle hate speech   On 21 May 2021, as part of its 53rd biannual meeting, EPRA organised an online session entitled "Living...
Working together: IRG and EPRA organise a joint event for their members
posted on 12 July, 2021   (public)
Online is not a sector: exploring the benefits of regulatory cooperation to address emerging digital challenges On 9 July 2021, the Independent Regulators Group (Telecoms) and the European Platform of Regulatory Authorities (Audiovisual) organised a joint event entitled ...
53rd EPRA meeting: adoption of new Statutes
posted on 25 May, 2021   (public)
 EPRA Members adopt new statutes As part of the EPRA Strategy for 2021-2023 “Sharing knowledge to embrace change” and its related work plan, EPRA members have unanimously adopted amendments of the Statutes proposed by the Executive Board further to a...

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