Corruption and anti-corruption narratives in Bulgarian media: Media monitoring and analysis report
This report analyses the top corruption and anti-corruption narratives in Bulgarian online and social media from 2021–2022. On the basis of this analysis, it draws conclusions on:
- Media ownership transparency
- Media funding transparency
- Smart support for civil society
- Amplifying the impact of fact-checking organisations
- Proactive information campaigns
It was produced in collaboration with Sensika, a global media monitoring and analytics firm, in support of the Basel Institute's ongoing programme of work in Bulgaria.
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