New co-production projects
Here are a few of last year’s contributions which show how Syrians coped in times of war.
SJA first media organisation to be invited for peace talks
Because of the SJA, freedom of opinion and expression now will be an important element in the negotiations around the future of Syria.
‘Independent media help to fight against polarisation’
A recent study commissioned by Free Press Unlimited highlighted that emerging independent media organisations are essential by offering a more...
Syrians want credible news
A positive sign for Syrian independent media, who can reach out to potentially large untapped audience.
Golunov is free. Now, crimes against him must be prosecuted.
We call on Russian authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into allegations that Golunov was mistreated during his apprehension.
Free Press Unlimited supports Caruana Galizia family
Even after her death, there are still 30 defamation cases pending against the family of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Press freedom in decline worldwide, US situation 'problematic'
The amount of countries where journalists can safely do their work has decreased, according to the World Press Freedom Index by RSF.
Radio Dabanga documenting history in the making in Sudan
Radio Dabanga has been reporting non-stop since anti-government demonstrations swept through the country in December. Today, the role of Radio...
New tool helps news outlets improve current safety practices
This newly developed tool allows news outlets to review and improve their current safety practices and protocols.
Move4Women: 15 countries stand up for women in the media
During the third edition of Move4Women hundreds of people in 15 countries, stood up for women in the media on International Women's Day.
Let's work towards equality for female workers in the media
We are deeply concerned about the inequalities in salary and status between female and male media workers and the significant amount of online...
Research about women in Dutch media
Free Press Unlimited commissioned research firm Kien to conduct a poll among the Dutch population about this issue. The poll reveals that half of...