The ECFR works to promote an integrated European policy, and is focused on promoting common European interests and values.
With its’ headquarters in Brussels, the International Crisis Group is an independent organization. It focuses on providing analysis and advice to governments and international bodies such as the UN, EU and World Bank on conflict prevention.
Cimera is a non-profit organization based in Switzerland, whose focus is on political, conflict and policy analysis. The organization works in the Caucasus, Balkans, and Central Asia, which have endured ethnic conflict and civil wars.
The International Centre for Journalists works with journalists from 176 countries and strives to promote quality journalism all over the world. The ICFJ hosts programs for journalists in the Caucasus.
The European Voice is an online magazine offering news and commentaries on topics arising from the European continent.
The E-bulletin provides important news on the European Union’s relations with its neighbours.
Kosmopolit is a blog that places emphasis on issues related to European and International politics and Eastern Europe. The writers present their views from a critical, but pro-European standpoint.
Founded in 1983, the Centre for European Policy Studies, is an independent think tank working in the European Union. The Centre acts as a forum for debate on critical European issues.
The EU4Journalists website is meant for journalists covering the European Union – whether they are based in Brussels or elsewhere. It provides background details and essential information about the way the EU works: its main actors, institutions and policies.
The European Journalism Centre (EJC) is an independent, international, non-profit institute dedicated to the highest standards in journalism, primarily through the further training of journalists and media professionals. By organizing seminars and trainings in Maastricht, in Brussels or on location, the EJC, over the last 12 years, has touched base with almost 10,000 journalists from the European Union and from across the globe.
EUobserver.com is an independent website published by a non-profit association EUobserver.com ASBL, with all the latest EU related news, updated daily and with handy THIS WEEK in the EU article; most articles accessible free of charge.
EurActiv is an EU policy portal; it provides EU news, policy positions and EU actors online in English, partly in French and German, and is available for free.
The EU and the European Commission’s principal web server covering EU affairs and the latest on European integration. This portal provides access to the websites of the EU institutions for information about policies, administration, the Treaties, legislation in place and pending, etc. Most pages are available in all EU languages.
This site provides news on the EU and focuses on legislation in the EU pipeline. Its mission is to provide policy-makers with the relevant information to make an informed policy decision.
Transitions Online is a collection of news, blogs and analysis of important issues facing 28 formerly communist countries.
The Southeast European Times reports news and information about southeastern Europe in ten languages: Albanian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, English, Greek, Macedonian, Romanian, Serbian and Turkish. It provides insight into the way EU policies impact this region.
News and analysis from and about the Middle East. The Middle East Times is based in Cyprus and operating since 1983.
The Guardian, one of the most popular national dailies in Great Britain, was founded in 1821. It has a long history of editorial and political independence.
Owned by The New York Times Company and sold in more than 180 countries.
The international edition of CNN.com is an up-to-date site offering news stories from around the world. With bureaus in London, Hong Kong and from its’ headquarters in Atlanta, CNN.com covers political stories, as well as business, technology, sports and entertainment news.
The BBC’s services on television, radio and online have given the broadcaster the reputation of being one of the most respected voices in international broadcasting. It provides authoritative news and information in 33 languages
Thomson Reuters is a well-renown provider of news services to newspapers, websites, television networks, radio stations and more. It has a focus on current happenings in politics, finance, sports and entertainment.
The AP is an American news agency providing information, and coverage on global issues. In addition, AP provides graphics, audio and video to a wide range of recipients
Agence-France Presse is an international news agency offering news and information, text and images in a variety of languages, namely French, English, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Arabic and more.
For over 50 years, Deutsche-Welle has been a provider of quality news services to the world. The online portal gives insightful analyses into European and world affairs in an impressive 30 languages.
Al Jazeera English (AJE)
AJE is a 24-hour English language news and current affairs channel, headquartered in Doha. The channel gives voice to untold stories, promotes debate, and challenges established perceptions. The station has also garnered for itself a reputation of accuracy, impartiality and objectivity in reporting.
CIR is a non-profit organization, dedicated to uncovering injustice and strengthening democracy through tools of journalism. This is done by promotion of investigations, production of major multimedia projects and more.
Founded in 1950, EBU negotiates broadcasting rights for major sports events, operates the Eurovision and Euroradio networks and provides a full range of other operational, commercial, technical, legal and strategic services.
The Poynter Institute provides a bevy of resources to teach and inspire journalists and media leaders. Users may register to receive daily e-mails with industry news compiled by Jim Romenesko. Also, there is easy access to Poynter’s Career Center where journalists may e-mail questions to premier American newspaper recruiter Joe Grimm.
IPI is a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists, that are dedicated to the furtherance and safeguarding of press freedom, the protection of freedom of opinion and expression and the promotion of the free flow of news and information.
IWPR works mainly to build peace and democracy through free and fair media. The institute currently works in areas such as the Caucasus, central Asia, eastern and southern Africa, the Middle East and more.