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Victoria Secret Coupons – Shoppers Continue With High Street Saving Deals

Victoria Secret Coupons – Shoppers Continue With High Street Saving DealsLuxury lingerie chain Victoria’s Secret have long been known as one of the great pioneers of money saving coupons and their policy of allowing customers to stack coupon deals can certainly bring the cost of purchasing quality underwear and swimwear down to a cost which is affordable to all. ...  High street store coupons have definately lost their stigma for being known as the “voucher for those who can’t afford to pay” as everyone h

Democracy and Tolerance Capacity Research Project POLLING RESULTS FROM FIRST POLL IN MACEDONIA

Democracy and Tolerance Capacity Research Project POLLING RESULTS FROM FIRST POLL IN MACEDONIAThe International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan Studies - IFIMES in Ljubljana, Slovenia, has started a project to measure democratic capacity in post-transition societies. Following are results from the analyses conducted as part of this project, specifically polling results from the first s ...  THE PROJECT The Democracy and Tolerance Capacity Research Project is an effort to ascertain the capacity of post-transition countries for susta

Another Assault on Greek Journalism

Another Assault on Greek Journalism Vienna, 10 November 2010 - The South and East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), a network of editors, media executives and leading journalists in South East and Central Europe and an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI) is concerned at the recent assault on photo-reporters and forei ...  According to information received by SEEMO, on 14 October 2010, in the morning, the police appeared to break the lockdown of the Acropolis by prot

Hungary Criticized over Media Secrecy Law IPI Warns of Sliding Press Freedom Regression

Hungary Criticized over Media Secrecy Law  IPI Warns of Sliding Press Freedom RegressionThe South and East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) would like to announce the following: Vienna, 9 November 2010 - Hungary's parliament last week passed another element of a controversial media reform package which will force journalists to identify their sources in stories involving national s ...  If faced with judicial action, journalists would only be able to keep their source secret if such secrecy is ruled to be in the public interest. A

Slowness in Court Systems Creates Ongoing Problems for Journalists in South and East Europe

Slowness in Court Systems Creates Ongoing Problems for Journalists in South and East EuropeThe South and East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), a network of editors, media executives and leading journalists in South East and Central Europe and an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is worried by inconveniences caused by slow court decisions throughout the South and East ...  In recent years, a number of journalists involved in court cases have experienced ongoing problems due to slow court decisions, which in certain c
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