Crowdfunding campaign for life-saving Radio Dabanga
Radio Dabanga, in cooperation with Free Press Unlimited, launches a crowdfunding campaign to support the Sudanese radio station.
Press freedom: bright spots amid the gloom
On May 3rd it is World Press Freedom Day. Therefore, Free Press Unlimited wants to highlight the importance of press freedom world wide.
Statement on appointment Pieter Omtzigt as Special Rapporteur
Free Press Unlimited welcomes Pieter Omtzigt as the special rapporteur on the assassination of the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
First Leaks.NG story reveals certificate scandal in Senate
Leaks.ng is Nigeria´s first secure online whistleblowing platform. Launched by Free Press Unlimited and its partners in November 2017.
Trial of Moroccan journalists postponed for the tenth time
The court case against seven Moroccan journalists/activists involved in our project StoryMaker is postponed for the tenth time.
After 36 years, charges pressed for the murder of four IKON journalists in El Salvador
Two Salvadorian human rights organizations have officially reported the murder of four IKON journalists in El Salvador
Men in 14 countries stand up for women in the media
Men in 14 countries took to the streets as part of Men4Women 2018. They spoke out for a better position of women in the media.
Media organisations urge EU to take action on killing of journalists
Safety of journalists is a precondition for good journalism which serves the societies and audiences.
Response to article De Correspondent
Free Press Unlimited response to the article on De Correspondent
Google funds Publeaks Mobile - whistleblowing on the go
The Publeaks Mobile project enables whistleblowers to 'snap and share' information with the media from their smartphone.
Safe platform for whistleblowers in Indonesia
A safe digital platform facilitates whistleblowers in their communications with journalists.
Inaugural Dabanga-run-a-thon a runaway success!
Participants of Dabanga-run-a-thon put in a lot of effort and energy to raise funds for Radio Dabanga, the only source of reliable news in Sudan.