13 February is World Radio Day
Radio is still the most used source of information. It reaches vulnerable people, reaches remote areas, offers a platform to participate in the public debate and plays a crucial role in conflict areas and disaster relief management.Our radio projects
Highlighted blog: Reporting on cholera from Amsterdam
Doctors and journalists in the country who talk about the incidence of cholera are sacked, imprisoned and subjected to intimidation. The only independent media outlet openly reporting on cholera in Sudan is Radio Dabanga, which operates from Amsterdam.Read the blog
Manifesto: protect journalists!
Every five days a journalist is murdered. In 9 out of 10 cases, the killers go unpunished. This is not acceptable. We need to move from words to action.Sign the manifesto
Free Press Unlimited strongly believes that all people are entitled to have access to unbiased, reliable and timely information. This enables them to assess their own living conditions, influence these and make the right decisions.
People deserve to know
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