Dunja Mijatović

OSCE's Dunja Mijatović: Lack of real action plan to stop harassments

Dunja Mijatović of Bosnia and Herzegovina was appointed the Representative on Freedom of the Media for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in March 2010. She is an expert in human rights, communications and media strategy and regulatory and media policy. 

Listen to Dunja Mijatović speaking with the moderator Baria Alamuddin. Margot Wallström joins the talk after five minutes.

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Dunja Mijatović of Bosnia and Herzegovina was appointed the Representative on Freedom of the Media for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in March 2010. Mijatović, one of the founders of the Communications Regulatory Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, was elected Chair of the European Platform of Regulatory Agencies in 2007. She also chaired the Council of Europe’s Group of Specialists on Freedom of Expression and Information in times of crisis. Mijatović is an expert in human rights, communications and media strategy and regulatory and media policy. She has extensive knowledge of institution-building in transitional states and many years of experience in issues related to journalists’ safety and new media, including digitalization, convergence and the Internet.


Dunja Mijatović blev utsedd till Organisationen för säkerhet och samarbete i Europas (OSSE) mediefrihetsrepresentant 2010. Hon är an av grundarna av Communications Regulatory Agency i Bosnien och Hercegovina och var tidigare ordförande för Europarådets grupp av specialister på yttrandefrihet och information i kristider. Mijatović är expert på mänskliga rättigheter och kommunikations- och mediestrategi. Hon har stor kunskap om institutionsuppbyggnad i övergångsstater och mångårig erfarenhet av frågor som rör journalisters säkerhet i nya digitala miljöer.