Safe platform for whistleblowers in Indonesia
A safe digital platform facilitates whistleblowers in their communications with journalists.
Inaugural Dabanga-run-a-thon a runaway success!
Participants of Dabanga-run-a-thon put in a lot of effort and energy to raise funds for Radio Dabanga, the only source of reliable news in Sudan.
Reopening of investigation into murder of four IKON journalists in El Salvador
Human rights organisations urge El Salvador justice to start criminal investigation into murder of IKON-journalists in 1982
The role of journalists in issues surrounding water, conflict and climate
Journalists can play a pivotal role in decisionmaking concerning issues like water, climate and conflict
Zimbabwean state raids Magamba Network
This attack on the Zimbabwean organisation follows the arrest and detention of their project officer Martha O'Donovan one and a half weeks ago, on...
Spanish students win WADADA News for Kids youth prize 2017
Spanish students win WADADA News for Kids youth prize in New York.
Call on authorities to investigate the killing of Arkan Sharif
Media organisations urgently call upon the Iraqi authorities to investigate the killing of journalist Arkan Sharif.
Mwape Kumwenda (Zambia) wins Most Resilient Journalist Award 2017
Free Press Live 2017, journalist Mwape Kumwenda from Zambia received the Most Resilient Journalist Award.
Media: speak up to end violence against journalists
62 (civil society) organisations, journalists and press freedom groups speak out on the importance of the protection of journalists.
The role of press freedom when it comes to access to information
How IPDCTalk, independent media and freedom of expression play a crucial role in achieving a sustainable future.
Response to article on The Correspondent about Radio Tamazuj
In this news article Free Press Unlimited responds to the article on The Correspondent about the cooperation with Radio Tamazuj.
South Sudan blocks website Radio Tamazuj
South Sudan blocks website Radio Tamazuj. A new act of muzzling of free and independent press. The broadcasts continue.