‘Keeping it Real’, enhancing young people’s digital resilience
'Keeping it real', a project that enhances digital media literacy and resilience of young people starts in Mexico, Sweden and South Africa
Partial justice after nineteen years
Nineteen years after the murder of Colombian journalist and political satirist Jaime Garzón, the mastermind behind the killing was convicted
Journalists victimised during large-scale protests in Bangladesh
Reporting ongoing student protests in Bangladesh, journalists are victims of violence and arrests
Most dangerous job: "journalist in post-Soviet countries"
Today 10 years ago war between Georgia and Russia ended. Natalia Marshalkovich, tells us about the current situation in the region.
IndonesiaLeaks Festival calls for attention to source protection
A celebration of investigative journalism and whistleblower protection with a serious note.
Local media in Pakistan contributes to peaceful elections
Our media partners go to great lengths to deliver reliable news and information during turbulent election time in Pakistan.
Honourable mention by SOPA 2018 Awards for investigative journalism
Investigative report by Tempo and Free Press Unlimited on illegal maid trade between Indonesia and Malaysia receives honourable mention by SOPA.
Call for protection of journalists in southern Syria
270 Journalists, media-workers and activists are trapped by Syrian militia in southern Syria and facing imminent danger.
Money Trail: exposing financial crime with investigative journalism
Money Trail: a new project to tackle financial scandals with investigative journalism
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.