Reinforcing women’s independence in the wake of Borno’s conflict
In northeastern Nigeria, women’s survival stories are used to encourage debate about changing gender norms and balanced gender reporting.
Journalism training gives a voice to young people in Tunisia
Together with local partner organisation, Al Khatt, Free Press Unlimited finally gives young people a voice in the media.
Keeping It Real: Media literacy for youth
With research and hackathons, we aim to strengthen the ability of young people worldwide to critically evaluate online information.
Publeaks Nederland: secure and anonymous whistleblowing
Journalists sometimes depend on anonymous sources. A safe platform like Publeaks Netherlands is indispensable to facilitate them.
Fellowship for climate reporting with impact
Free Press Unlimited and the Stanley Foundation are bringing journalists together to participate in the Planetary Security Conference.
Protecting journalists with a legal emergency fund and training
The Justice and Safety programme serves to protect journalists, for example through training.
Money Trail: Investigative journalism to tackle financial crime
Money Trail supports investigative financial journalists in Asia, Africa and Europe with training and grants.
Media4Democracy: Promoting freedom of expression with the EU
As part of the Media4Democracy consortium, Free Press Unlimited is supporting EU Delegations in promoting these values around the world.
Making the most of Ethiopia’s new-found freedom
Free Press Unlimited is helping Ethiopia’s independent media organisations make the most of their newfound freedom.
Journalistic watchdog protects democracy in Guatemala
In Guatemala journalistic watchdog Nómada forces politicians to listen to the population.
Safety training for journalists in Central America
In Central America, journalists are trained on how to keep themselves safe - and what to do when a gun is pointed at them.
Improving the representation of Congolese women in the media
How UCOFEM works on a more gender-balanced reporting with more female resources.