On the one-year anniversary of the death of popular Cambodian activist Kem Ley, civil society organisations from around the world reiterated their call for an independent inquiry.
IFEX members and regional partners urge Malaysian MPs to ensure media laws are in line with international standards on online freedom of expression and access to information.
34 IFEX members are supporting RSF’s initiative to create the position of a Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for the Safety of Journalists.
Akhmednabi Akhmednabiyev was shot dead on 9 July 2013 as he left for work in Makhachkala, Dagestan. He had actively reported on human rights violations against Muslims by the police and Russian army.
Charged under the Sedition Act in Malaysia, internationally known political cartoonist Zunar could face 43 years in jail for a tweet.
TV B92 has announced that it has decided to indefinitely postpone a program called “Reporter.” Their decision was guided by security concerns and the desire to protect their journalists.
The Association of Independent Electronic Media (ANEM) calls on the municipal authorities in Bajina Basta to refrain from violating the right to freedom of expression and the right to be informed, and reconsider their decision on the 2015 budget.
A group of some 30 hooligans attacked the B92 building and the police securing the building on 28 September 2014. The attack happened after B92 reported during the day from the Belgrade Pride and after it featured a series of programs about Pride on its radio, television and web site.