And the winners of the Free Press Awards 2016 are...
The winners of the Free Press Awards, conferred on 2 November 2016 in The Hague, are Klaas van Dijken,‘Fisayo Soyombo and Hamid Mir.
WADADA News for Kids summit & awards 2016
In October partners from all over the world visited The Netherlands for a week full of reporting, new experiences, learning and awards.
Free Press Unlimited awards young filmmaker
Free Press Unlimited has awarded a young filmmaker from Kosovo with the WADADA News for Kids youth price 2016 at a youth video festival in New York.
Nominees of the Free Press Awards announced
The journalists Claudia Duque, Hamid Mir and Mohamed al-Qadhi are the nominees for the 'Most Resilient Journalist Award 2016'.
Russia: end wrongful prosecution of journalists
On September 5th, independent journalist Zhalaudi Geriev, was convicted and sentenced to three years in prison by Chechen court in Russia.
Audience survey WADADA News for Kids
Earlier this year WADADA News for Kids conducted an audience survey. A study to the reach and impact of the WADADA News for Kids network.
Syria Audience Research 2016
Over the past years, Syria has faced a devastating civil war, creating an environment in which media operation has become increasingly difficult.
Violence against journalists in South Sudan
Leon Willems was interviewed regarding his opinion on the challenges facing journalists and the free press in conflict environments.￼
Independent media as watchdogs of democracy
Especially now Indonesia is developing from a social point of view there is a great need for independent media as watchdogs of democracy.
Freedom of expression should not be on trial
Crackdowns on independent media, human rights defenders and civil society have led to an environment that limits freedom of expression in Morocco.
“Whistleblowers deserve to be protected”
Free Press Unlimited condemns the conviction of “LuxLeaks” whistleblowers Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet on Wednesday, June 29.
Tribal News Network in Pakistan will start producing local news for mobile phones
Radio and online news outlet Tribal News Network will start producing local news that listeners can hear by dialing a number on their mobile phone.