Erick Martínez Ávila latest victim in Central American violence against journalists
In the the Central American country Honduras a journalist has been killed. The body of 32-year old Erick Martínez Ávila was found by the side of...
Violence against journalists continues in Central America
After the death of three Mexican photojournalists at World Press Freedom Day, last week again two journalists were found dead.
World Press Freedom Day
3 May is World Press Freedom Day. Worldwide manifestations and events are organised to draw attention to this human right. Free Press Unlimited is...
Organisations call on Iraqi government to abandon new Internet bill
Life imprisonment for sending a tweet? This month, the Iraqi Council of Representatives will be voting on a new bill.
Yasemin Çongar, an idealist seeking for change in Turkey through independent journalism
In a highly polarised country like Turkey, with plenteous powerful interest groups, it appears hard to practice quality journalism. Yasemin Çongar...
'Turkey caught in the paradigm of Islam versus Secularism'
The tweets that followed the announcement of Yasemin Çongar as keynote speaker showed once again: even in the Netherlands the opinions are very...
Elia Baltazar, unintendedly from journalist to press freedom activist
For more than two decades, journalist Elia Baltazar tries to survive under turbulent circumstances. Journalists in Mexico are not sure of their...
Mexico - also in 2011 one of the most dangerous countries for the media
172 cases of pressure on press freedom in 2011, 9 killed journalists, 2 killed media workers, 2 disappeared journalists and 8 armed raids on media...
Child and Youth Finance International in the RAI, Amsterdam
Children will shape the future together. Too often, their voice is unheard when decisions are taken about that very same future.
Bolivian youth news bulletin PICA launched with support of Free Press Unlimited
More than one third of the world's population is younger than 20 years. However, this group is hardly represented in the international media. Free...
Prestigious UNESCO Prize for Free Press Unlimited partner in Nepal
The Nepal Forum of Environmental Journalists (NEFEJ) is co-winner of the prestigious UNESCO Prize for Rural Communication.
Training center community radio's opened in Bandudu, DR Congo
To make the stories of these people heard as well, Free Press Unlimited offers support to community radio's.