Free Press Unlimited receives Geuzenpenning 2015
The Board of the ‘Geuzenpenning’ Foundation grants Free Press Unlimited with the Geuzenpenning 2015.
A black day for the freedom of speech
Today, the 7th of january, is, besides an awful personal drama, a black day for the freedom of speech.
The Global Forum for Media Development is hiring!
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Ban Ki-Moon: importance press freedom
On December 4th, the importance of press freedom was endorsed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon.
Albana Shala new chair of UNESCO´s IPDC panel
Albana Shala elected to be chair of UNESCO's International Programme for the Development of Communication panel (IPDC).
Journalistic centre Rabat closed after intimidations
For employees of the centre for research and communication Ibn Rochd in Rabat, work is systematically (and violently) made impossible.
First female-only training completed for Somali radio journalists
"At Free Press Unlimited I found out how to make accurate news items and conduct interviews and how to transfer this knowledge to my colleagues."
How to defend human rights online and offline when legal and civil society space is limited?
Bethel Tsegaye project officer at Free Press Unlimited speaks at the final evening in the series on the shrinking space for human rights and civil...
News programme for children in Brazil
Fifty-five million Brazilian children will soon be able to watch a weekly news programme for children.
Debate on the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists
Free Press Unlimited & De Balie organised a debate on the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, 2 November.
People of DR Congo will communicate using their own mesh network
Unlimited is working to set up a mesh network. This is an alternative Internet with which citizens are in contact with each other and share and...
"We don't know what the situation in Mosul is, because nobody has been to Mosul."
Do journalists make a difference in conflict zones? Should they risk paying an incredibly high price for reporting on war?