What you need to know about UNESCO’s report on journalists’ safety and impunity

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RSF’s 2022 World Press Freedom Index highlights threat posed by “despotic regimes” and “information chaos”

While the World Press Freedom Index’s top five countries for free expression are Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia and Finland, the five worst are Myanmar, Turkmenistan, Iran, Eritrea and North Korea.

News that’s fit to print

We need to value and support the critical work of journalists countering the mis- and disinformation flooding our communications channels, especially during crises, conflicts, and elections. The good news is that when the media and civil society work together, they create a better information climate – and a healthier civic space – for us all.

Strengthening press freedom at home and abroad: 10 recommendations for the world’s democracies

With authoritarianism and illiberalism on the rise, democratic governments must lead by example, says IPI on World Press Freedom Day.