Bamyan police poetry: on radio training in Afghanistan
For three years, Free Press Unlimited provided radio journalism training for students of the University of Bamyan, Afghanistan.
Kick-off workshop Conn@ct Now! in Colombia
In Colombia, the program Conn@ct Now! works with local school radios to support information exchange across regions and promote the recognition of...
Director of Kurdish newspaper Awene attacked
Asos Hardi, director of the independent newspaper and magazine Awene, has been the victim of a violent attack in the city of Sulaymanyah last night.
The fall of Gaddafi won't guarantee a free press. Leon Willems about journalism in Libya.
There has been a huge increase in the number of different media outlets in Libya since the fighting against Gaddafi started. The country used to...
On the brink of independence
After six years, Free Press Unlimited director Leon Willems, is back in Juba, counting the differences: "A digital clock tower counts down the days...
Facebook will (not?) save your ass. - Report on the debate with Evgeny Morozov, June 22 2011
‘Facebook will (not?) save your ass’: hardly the announcement of some musty debate in an out-of-the-way hall. Indeed, Pakhuis de Zwijger is a...
Blinded by the concept of Internet freedom
Free Press Unlimited presents Evgeny Morozov in Amsterdam.
Interview with Internet Safety Specialist Sacha van Geffen
"Online, people remain the weakest link" or How to write a handbook on internet security in five days. Sacha van Geffen is one of the writers of ...
Press Freedom lecture 2011: Birgitta Jonsdottir
On 3 May 2011, World Press Freedom Day, Birgitta Jonsdottir held the yearly Press Freedom lecture: Are we citizens or users?
Egyptian journalist Marianne Nagui takes part in the plenary debate on the 3rd of May
Revolutions throughout the Middle East revealed the prominent role of social media and one of the people at the forefront of the social media wave...
‘Take a look at this.’ Leon Willems about the objectives of Free Press Unlimited
After an eventful and tumultuous year, Press Now and Free Voice have merged to form a single decisive NGO: Free Press Unlimited. Journalist...
Merger between Press Now, Free Voice and RNTC's International Project department
Finally, the time has come: after a year of preparations, Press Now merged with Free Voice as well as RNTC’s Foreign Projects department.