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Since launching their website, Fala RN, in December 2014, Francisco Costa and Josi Gonçalves have published a series of stories about embezzlement of public funds, nepotism and election fraud involving local politicians.
With an eye on the upcoming International Day for the Universal Access to Information, José Peralta shares how an ARTICLE 19 initiative in Mexico is using ATI to ensure that Indigenous women have the power to create the communities they want.
Citizens of the Five Eyes - Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US can join OpenMedia in telling their governments secure digital communications must be protected.
Legislation expected to be passed to remove the two-out-of-three ownership rule will mean an inevitable loss of diversity in the Australian media, says the union for Australian journalists and media workers.
The German magazine Geo assigned Burmese photographers Minzayar Oo and Hkun Lat to cover the Rohingya crisis in the border town of Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
While in the murder of journalists of Honduras and Mexico there exist doubts about whether the motives were linked to their work, IAPA urges the authorities of the two countries to investigate the cases promptly and effectively in order to establish the causes and determine who was responsible.
CPJ is concerned for the safety of Paraguayan journalist Cándido Figueredo Ruiz following the release from prison of an alleged drug trafficker who had previously planned to kill him.
A joint statement by the Association of Progressive Communications and IFEX at the UN-HRC 36 warns of the threat to human rights posed by recent attacks on the right to use encryption technology, in Turkey and across the globe.
Journalists Reda Amrani and Rachid At Ali Uqasi were attacked as they were preparing to give a conference in northern Algeria to launch a TV channel promoting Kabyle language and culture.
Journalist Hajar Harb has been tried in absentia, sentenced and fined for an investigative report on corruption in the Medical Referrals Department of the Ministry of Health in Gaza Strip.
On 12 September, scores of soldiers stormed into the Nigerian Union of Journalists press centre, beat up some of the journalists there, and smashed or seized their reporting equipment.
Privacy International, in partnership with 30+ national human rights organisations, has written to national intelligence oversight bodies in over 40 countries seeking information on the intelligence sharing activities of their governments.
IFJ and EFJ welcome the decision Baltasar Garzón, a former member of Spain's National High Court, to take a pro bono defense of the Swedish-Turkish journalist Hamza Yalçin. The reporter is currently detained in Barcelona and pending extradition by an Interpol order issued by Turkey.
Somali broadcast journalist Abdullahi Osman Moalim died from injuries sustained on 10 September when a suicide bomber attacked a café in Beldweyne where members of the press gather.
Nayapatrika Daily reporters Umesh Poudel and Janardan Baral were issued threats of attack over the news the daily published about a networking business fraud.
The wife of Taiwanese activist Lee Mingche who is detained in China said her husband was forced to confess on charges of "subversion of state power."
In August, human rights defenders Issa Al-Nukhaifi and Essam Koshak were brought to court over their human rights activities, where they learned of charges against them.
The ACM has launched a campaign focused on the plight of journalists and other media workers in some Caribbean countries affected by Hurricane Irma. One key component is providing a platform for the telling of stories of journalists and how they have been affected.
On 4 September 2017, the world lost Arnold Amber, one of its fiercest social justice and press freedom advocates.
The second quarter report of the MFWA's Free Expression Monitor for 2017 (April-June) recorded 33 violations, down from the 47 recorded during the first quarter (January-March). However, the freedom of expression environment in the sub-region still faces formidable challenges with perpetrators of violations enjoying absolute impunity.