An international mission comprised of 17 international organizations underscores its concern regarding the lack of guarantees offered by the Mexican state to solve the country’s grave freedom of expression crisis and the state’s failure to recognize the seriousness of the problem.Read more
Amidst global trends of closing civic space, heightened censorship and an increasingly polluted information environment, the production of credible journalism is an increasingly dangerous job, and more vital than ever.
The risk-bearing nature of journalists’ work continues to be laid bare for all to see. The world witnessed the brazen murder of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul last October, and still we decry the prolonged imprisonment of Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo in Myanmar, writes Daniel Bruce, chief executive in Europe for Internews.
A new report analyzes the transition the news media sector in Myanmar is undergoing since the political reforms that began in 2010.
Mchanga Haroub is a senior journalist and Head of Production at Zanzibar Broadcasting Corporation on Pemba Island. She bought a smartphone fifteen years ago and was among the first local journalists to own one.
MEDIA stakeholders in the country have challenged the Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) to increase awareness of information to reduce conflicts and amend its content regulation to cope with changes in technology.
Liberia stands on the cusp of unleashing a truly free press, and its civil society isn’t about to let the momentum slip.
Tope Ogundipe urged Africans to use their power in the defence of digital rights and other human rights across the continent.