Survey: Free Press Unlimited partner satisfaction score up
Free Press Unlimited’s partner satisfaction has increased in 2019. Partners reported they value the support they receive.
'Proud to be a voice for youth': a national TV show for Tunisian teens
During a media camp, Two dozen youngsters learn how to produce professional video reports, about the issues that matter in their lives.
‘When it comes to digital security, you’re as weak as the weakest link’
Anrike Visser learned about digital security during the Money Trail financial investigative journalism course.
Photojournalists in Central America bring women into focus with gender fellowship
Gender fellow Danilo Ramirez investigated the underreported issue of obstetric violence in Guatemala.
For investigative journalists in Indonesia ‘the threats are real’
When Indonesian journalist Nurhadi’s investigation into toxic waste at military bases raised questions, he was forced into hiding.
Crime scene investigation training for journalists in Central America
Journalists in Central America risk being legally harassed by repressive governments who want to silence them.
Free Press Awards: Looking back with our Newcomers of the Year
We ask former Newcomer of the Year - Hans Verploeg Award winners how their careers have progressed since bagging the coveted award.
Free Press Awards: Looking back with our Most Resilient Journalists
Hamid Mir, Most Resilient Journalist 2016, Pakistan...
Emergency assistance for media in the wake of the Sulawesi tsunami
After an earthquake and tsunami on the Indonesian island, Free Press Unlimited and PPMN gave emergency assistance to affected journalists.
Nigeria: A mentorship programme for journalists in Borno ‘broadens their horizon’
Free Press Unlimited supports a mentorship programme for journalists writing about Nigeria’s Boko Haram conflict. A mentor and mentee talk about...
‘This can save our lives’: safety training for El Salvador’s local journalists
Free Press Unlimited supports safety training to local journalists in El Salvador who risk becoming targets of the violent gangs they cover.
Radio Dabanga: reliable information for Sudan
In early August, Sudan took the first steps towards a democratic future when the military and the opposition reached an agreement about a...