The murder of Ján Kuciak and freedom of the press in Slovakia
This story reflects on the murder of Ján Kuciak, a Slovakian investigative journalist.
Daphne Caruana Galizia: Malta’s ‘one-woman WikiLeaks’
One year after Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered for her work, justice is still elusive.
Mali youth listen to the news in rap
Female journalist Togola Hawa Séméga wants to bring objective news to the young people of Mali and to unite them. She does this with a creative mix...
Changing female presence in the Nepali media
How one woman can make a difference for female journalists in Nepal.
Breaking barriers: The first transgender radio host in Pakistan
Sobia Khan is a radio host at TNN Pakistan. A country where most transgerders have no other option than prostitution and begging.
Help desk improves the safety of journalists in Nepal
Freedom Forum's help desk for journalists is run by Ashmita Pokharel and aims to improve the safety of Nepalese journalists.
More attention to the rights of children in Nepal thanks to youth news
NayaPusta is the only news program for children in Nepal and helps to improve children's rights.
Radio Dabanga censored by Sudan even in outer space
The Sudanese government tries to keep Radio Dabanga from broadcasting by satellite.
Unbiased news from Syria goes global via WhatsApp
With a Whatsapp group for journalists and activists the Syrian Journalists Association prevented East Ghouta from being completely shut down.
A story about a hero of press freedom
How Tshivis Tshivuadi, a courageous journalist, has risked his life to defend press freedom in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Paving the way for gender-sensitive reporting through taboo issues
Thanks to Mama Radio, women in Bukavu are now starting to open up to discuss topics that they were ashamed to talk about before.
Live broadcast prevents Kurdish population migration
When media is affiliated with one of the conflicting parties, how reliable is their reporting?