A report: ‘A Look At the 20 Years of Media Freedom [in Turkey]

Assoc. Prof. Ulaş Karan has written an evaluation report titled “A Look At the 20 Years of Media Freedom” regarding

the Media

Monitoring Reports published by bianet/IPS Communication Foundation. The English version of the report has been published.

Click to read the report


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