Whistleblowing for independent journalism
Free Press Unlimited co-organised an event at the European Parliament to safeguard the interests of whistleblowers and journalists.
Ten Malian media organisations receive quality label for gender equality
The GIP label is a quality standard for media companies in Mali with a proven commitment to gender equality.
Iraq: investigate the killings of journalists
Investigate the recent killings of Iraqi journalists and hold those behind the crimes accountable.
Hungary dismantles media freedom and pluralism: report
Hungarian government has a clear strategy to silence the critical press through deliberate manipulation of the media market.
Iraqi and Dutch officials exchange expertise on combating impunity
Free Press Unlimited hosts Iraqi officials and shows ways to counter impunity for crimes committed against journalists.
Dutch Senate: make a clear exemption for journalists
Amend the "Criminalisation of Residence in an Area Controlled by a Terrorist Organisation" and make a clear exemption for journalists.
Money trail: Apply for our investigative journalism course in Jakarta
Applications for our five-day financial investigative journalism and digital security training course in Jakarta are open until November 25th, 2019.
Winners Free Press Award 2019
Ali Arkady, Elias Huuhtanen, Hadas Itzkovitch and Anya van Lit are the winners of the Free Press Awards 2019.
Publeaks training for journalists for better protection of whistleblowers
Journalists and investigators working with Publeaks received a digital security training for watertight source protection.
International organisations call on Iraqi authorities to protect freedom of speech
Ensure the safety of media workers during the demonstrations taking place across the country!
In DR Congo, Free Press Unlimited helps counter misinformation about Ebola
Free Press Unlimited supports journalists in the Democratic Republic of Congo in their mission to inform communities about the Ebola virus.
Free Press Unlimited sponsors CAR journalists to attend ICC hearing
The two journalists will attend report on the case against Central African figures accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes.