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Euro-Med Monitor, Journalists for Human Rights report violations against press in Tunisia
Afghan journalists find freedom of expression in Canada
Statement by President Joe Biden on Occasion of World Press Freedom Day 2022
Two Singers Convicted on ‘Morality’ Charges in Egypt
For dissident writer, fight for Russia’s future is personal
Reforms Fall Short in Curbing Threats to Free Speech in Maldives
Close bond between two of Spain’s finest female writers brought to life in new stage show
Fairy Tale Gone Wrong: Politicisation of Drag Queen Storytime
Mary to celebrate milestone birthday
Spate of Criminal Cases Against Journalists in Kyrgyzstan
Morrison Government’s climate record deemed ‘a catastrophic failure’: one in four Australians give zero rating
Radical new Urdu female writers using poetry to call for changes to gender roles in Pakistan, major new study shows
Powerful voice for democracy and academic freedom
Ukraine fights propaganda with censorship
Research of Ukrainian ban on Russian social media
International coalition to support filing of suit to stop shutdown of womenonweb.kr in South Korea
Authorities should stop unprecedented crackdown on freedoms of expression, assembly and association in Russia
Statement by NSC Spokesperson Emily Horne on Russian Disinformation and Efforts to Undermine Free Press
Putting Putin in his place: dictator at war
With War, Censorship Reaches New Heights in Russia 5 March
New Alliance to Protect Human Rights in Afghanistan
UN human rights experts urge Iran to abandon restrictive internet bill
Repeal Amendment to Draconian Cyber Law in Pakistan
More Than 60,000 Digitized Items From LGBTQ Pioneers Launch Online
Over two thirds of UK social scientists warn their academic freedom is under threat, new study shows
Censorship Mars Beijing Olympics in China
Criminal conviction of independent journalist Vladislav Yesipenko further undermines media freedom in Crime
Scrap Draconian Cybersecurity Bill in Myanmar
MIT Press publications win 2022 PROSE category awards
New research sheds light on dramatic criminal trials of authors in 17th century France
Editing DH Lawrence: new exhibition sheds light on writer’s response to censorship
Justice for Journalists Foundation joins Safety of journalists´ Platform
Court decision to liquidate Memorial in Russia statement
Circumvention of censorship in China has increased during Covid pandemic
‘Black box gaslighting’ challenges social-media algorithm accountability
Spyware investigations involving University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab reveal targets in El Salvador, Poland
Activists Face Sustained Repression in Cambodia
Writer Dies in Custody in Iran
“Ugly chapter of unrelenting human rights violations” – UN experts: Guantanamo Bay
Australians deserve to know our history
Ibsen’s An Enemy of People engaged both fascists and anti-fascists in Franco’s Spain
Exhibit honors plant pioneer
Venezuela’s Flawed November 21 Elections
Immediately release sick Chinese journalist, rights experts urge
Journalist jailed for COVID reporting seriously ill, must be released – UN experts: China
Alleged ‘Fake News’ Made Crime in Greece
Calling for Respect for Human Rights and Peaceful Demonstrations in Cuba on November 15
Conviction of US journalist symbolic of media repression in Myanmar: UN rights chief