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.
Civil society groups mark the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack by calling on governments worldwide to fulfill their obligation to protect freedom of expression.
More than 100 civil society organisations ask the UN Secretary General to recognise the importance of free expression rights in the sustainable development goals.
IFEX members and partners from around the world urge the UN to include access to information in the Agenda for the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals.
The undersigned organisations believe that a balanced and effective international copyright framework should support robust discussion of exceptions and limitations to copyright, as well as protections for creators.
Discussions at a World Intellectual Property Organisation meeting broke down, after the European Union attempted to block future discussion of copyright laws to aid libraries and archives fulfill their missions in the digital environment.
Coinciding with today’s UN World Book Day and World Copyright Day, the European community is being rallied to join the “Right to e-Read” campaign, aimed at raising awareness of the difficulties facing libraries trying to provide access to eBooks and other digital content.
195 civil society organisations from around the world have called on the UN to put government accountability and independent media at the centre of a new framework for global development.