What to do during an internet shutdown in Southern Africa
A manual supported by Free Press Unlimited explains the legal considerations relevant for challenging internet shutdowns.
Road to 2030: Access To Information in the driver's seat
The report analyses and compares data related to ATI policies from Canada, Indonesia, Mongolia, Pakistan, Serbia, Sierra Leone, South Africa,...
Press freedom organisations: New pledges not credible without action
An urgent call on all participating States attending the Global Media Freedom Conference, to ensure the protection and safety of all journalists...
Free Press Unlimited joins media development consortium
Together with nine other organisations, we will form the ‘Protecting Independent Media for Effective Development' consortium led by BBC Media Action
Agnes Callamard and Matthew Caruana Galizia to speak in panel on impunity
The panel will provide new tools and suggestions for the effective prosecution of journalist murders.
MaMA awards in Mali a celebration of quality journalism
The Mali Media Awards put the spotlight on Mali’s best reporters, promoting ethical and professional journalism.
End of NetAidKit
Due to lack of resources, the NetAidKit is no longer available or safe to use.
New co-production projects
Here are a few of last year’s contributions which show how Syrians coped in times of war.
SJA first media organisation to be invited for peace talks
Because of the SJA, freedom of opinion and expression now will be an important element in the negotiations around the future of Syria.
‘Independent media help to fight against polarisation’
A recent study commissioned by Free Press Unlimited highlighted that emerging independent media organisations are essential by offering a more...
Syrians want credible news
A positive sign for Syrian independent media, who can reach out to potentially large untapped audience.
Golunov is free. Now, crimes against him must be prosecuted.
We call on Russian authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into allegations that Golunov was mistreated during his apprehension.