Journalist Khadija Ismayilova released from prison
After 537 days in prison, the Azerbaijani journalist Khadija Ismayilova was released on probation on the 25th of May.
One kind of news is as bad as no news
Media professionals from Latvia, Ukraine and Moldova discussed the challenges for independent media in the Russian-speaking region,
UN award for fellowship program in Bangladesh
Today the fellowship program “Youth Women in Community Media and Journalism” received the UN World Summit on Information Society Prize 2016 for Media.
Press Freedom Monitor 2015
One in seven people has access to a free press. Watch the animation of the Freedom of the Press report 2015 by Freedom House & Free Press...
Press Freedom Day: Festival of Free Speech
On 3 May it is World Press Freedom Day, and sadly this attention is still needed.
29 April ‘The Future of Independent Russian-language Media’
The University of Amsterdam, Free Press Unlimited and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands are organizing the conference ‘The Future...
Drik official Irfanul Islam found dead in Bangladesh
Free Press Unlimited expresses shock and disbelief at the brutal murder of Irfanul Islam, a team member of Drik Picture Gallery, one of our former...
The Ukraine referendum: “The vote is mostly about emotions”
How can citizens make an informed choice when it comes to the Ukraine referendum on the 6th of April? According to Nataliya Gumenyuk, head of the...
WADADA News for Kids launched in Brazil
After a long preparation, the Brazilian edition of WADADA News for Kids, Reporter Ra Tim Bum, will start on the 12th of April.
Standing up for the safety of journalists
Albana Shala, programme coordinator at Free Press Unlimited, chaired a UNESCO meeting about safety for journalists and ending impunity.
Working towards gender equality
Free Press Unlimited celebrates International Women's day 2016, by publishing its policy on gender equality. The policy outlines our commitment to...
Radio soap opera reconnects South Sudan’s youth
With the ongoing civil war in South Sudan, the team working on the radio soap opera Sawa Shabab are putting their hearts and souls into building...