Let's work towards equality for female workers in the media
We are deeply concerned about the inequalities in salary and status between female and male media workers and the significant amount of online...
Research about women in Dutch media
Free Press Unlimited commissioned research firm Kien to conduct a poll among the Dutch population about this issue. The poll reveals that half of...
Move4Women - Highlighting gender equality in the media
Join the international movement and speak out for a better position and fair portrayal of women in the media!
Dutch Postcode Lottery supports new project to deal with violence against journalists
The Dutch Postcode Lottery supports Free Press Unlimited with an extra contribution of 3.5 million Euro for the ‘A Safer World for the Truth’ project
Free Press Unlimited is developing the role of journalism for climate, water and conflict.
Fifteen journalists from all corners of the world are coming together in The Netherlands discussing their role in climate reporting
3 Tips for journalists to protect their data
To mark Data Protection Day, we outline three steps journalists can (and should) take to protect their data.
Journalists can apply for financial support for legal costs
With this fund we offer support to journalists who face prosecution or imprisonment and are unable to afford a lawyer or trial costs.
Nigerian journalists concerned about press freedom after raid on Daily Trust
Nigerian journalists and Free Press Award winners Kemi Busari and Fisayo Soyombo express concerns over the raids on newspaper Daily Trust.
Raid of Confidencial in Nicaragua unacceptable
A raid at the headquarters of partner organisation Confidencial by Nicaraguan national police is unacceptable.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A dead letter?
Celebrating 70 years Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Leon Willems presents a choice: take it seriously or throw it in the bin
WADADA News for Kids prize, New York
Simon Černik, a young filmmaker from Czech Republik, is awarded with the WADADA News for Kids youth prize issued in New York
Free Press Unlimited tackles media challenges with two-day hackathon
40 participants spent two days in October brainstorming, concept designing and pitching intensively around the theme 'Hack the media'.