Somalia - Reports

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25 May 2012 |

At CPJ debrief, "New York Times" correspondent cites danger, reward

CPJ research shows that six journalists have been killed in Somalia in 2012 alone, and 42 have been killed in the last two decades, one of the highest tolls in the world.
16 March 2012 |

The plight of journalists who flee Al-Shabaab

Kenya represents a beacon of regional press freedom, and the majority of regional journalists are able to continue to work in the media field without harassment.
12 March 2012 |

NUSOJ report reveals rights abuses at radio station

The report highlights violations of journalists' rights, such as the victimising of staff who lost their jobs after refusing to compromise their professional ethics. It features the case of Farah Lamaane, a former RBK senior editor who was forced to resign after complaining of unwarranted interference with editorial independence by the station's management.
19 January 2012 |

Attacks on the press up in 2011, says NUSOJ annual report

The targeting of journalists is increasingly politically motivated and systemic, says NUSOJ.
29 December 2011 |

NUSOJ annual review of crimes against journalists

According to NUSOJ research, four journalists were killed, seven wounded and 19 arrested in 2011.
12 January 2011 |

NUSOJ releases annual report on state of press freedom

NUSOJ releases annual report on state of press freedom The report states that "most attacks against journalists have been attributed to Islamist armed forces, followed by the Puntland administration and their security forces and the transitional federal government."
13 December 2010 |

NUSOJ marks Human Rights Day with report on the misery of the country's journalists

The nationwide survey reveals how the human rights of working journalists, particularly their labour rights, are grossly violated by every company and in every corner of the country.
5 January 2010 |

NUSOJ's 2009 annual report on press freedom

In 2009, a total of nine journalists were killed either in the line of duty or in targeted attacks, making Somalia the most dangerous place for journalists in Africa.
24 September 2009 |

NUSOJ report on Somaliland: "Media Freedom Kept Within Bounds"

NUSOJ has issued a report on the freedom of expression situation, highlighting unexposed cases of media freedom violations.
22 January 2009 |

World Report 2009: Somalia

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