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Link to: Authorities should drop indecency charges against Barbados journalists

Authorities should drop indecency charges against Barbados journalists

Vivian-Anne Gittens, publisher of the Nation newspaper, as well as Editor-in-Chief Roy Morris and senior journalist Sanka Price, face up to five years in prison in connection with the newspaper’s publication of a photograph that appeared to show two minors engaging in a sexual act in a classroom at a rural Barbados school.

Link to: Disproportionate charges against journalists in Barbados must be dropped

Disproportionate charges against journalists in Barbados must be dropped

The detention of and accusations against three journalists is linked to the publication of a photo from a Facebook video of two 14-year-old students having sex in a classroom. The photo, captured from the video taken on a mobile phone, accompanied an article on sexual activities at a rural school.

Link to: General Assembly 2008 Country Report: Barbados

General Assembly 2008 Country Report: Barbados

General Assembly 2008 Country Report: Barbados