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Junta Bans Satellite Television: Myanmar
Chance encounter in a taxi helps bring Fringe Festival to Dubbo
Press ‘a cornerstone’ of democratic societies, UN says on World Day
End Threats Against Rights Group: Myanmar
Secretary General: European governments should show stronger political will to protect press freedom
Director-General urges investigation into killing of TV journalist Betty Barasa in Kenya
UNESCO & Columbia University collaborate on case law on freedom of expression in context of COVID-19
Director-General condemns killing of journalists Jamal Farah Adan, in Somalia
UK Government publishes first ever national action plan to protect journalists
Dealing with bloody taboos in advertising
Free speech debate a convenient distraction for Big Tech
New book examines role of literature in advancing political ideology
Director-General condemns killing of journalist Anwar Jan in Pakistan
New commitments to protect journalists’ safety by key actors at World Press Freedom Conference 2020
Anniversary of Protests in Iran
Academics in favour of universities refusing funding from nations connected to human rights concerns, survey shows
Despite drop in journalist killings overall, risks emerge
Coors forum highlights free speech in age of ‘cancel culture’
25th Anniversary of Fourth World Conference on Women
Self-harm content on Instagram: “self-harm or self-help?”
United States Designates Individuals in Hong Kong for Curtailing Promised Freedoms
Secretary Pompeo At a Press Availability 6 August
Secretary Pompeo Before Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Fiscal Year 2021 State Department Budget Request
Statement on Preventing Online Censorship
On CCP’s Orwellian Censorship on Hong Kong
Hong Kong response is censored
Freedom Online Coalition Statement on COVID-19 and Internet Freedom
New Bill to counter violent extremism online
Prisons, domestic violence and COVID-19
Marvell-ous discovery solves 400-year-old mystery surrounding poet Andrew Marvell’s double life as
Some mobile phone apps may contain hidden behaviors that users never see
Sentencing for blackmail and child exploitation imagery
We Don’t Need No Hanson Education Bill: Faruqi
CIVICUS Records Rising Repression in Asia-Pacific
From University of Canterbury to Berlin arts residency
John Milton’s Freedom of Press Pamphlet Printers Found
Director-General condemns murder of journalist Dindo Generoso in Philippine
National will not accept censorship ruling
Opposition will fight attempt at censorship
Former Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin to launch new book at University Mississauga
New Book Launch: digitization of media – a challenge for democracy
UN Human Rights Council 42 Statement for Universal Periodic Review on Democratic People’s Republic
Director-General calls for measures against those responsible for 2014 murder of journalist Ahmed Rilwan Abdulla in Maldives
Better safeguards for Commercial Video On-Demand viewers
Government must step in to protect freedom of speech
Australian investors join “Christchurch call” to rein in social media giants
Utopia, a Breakthrough Decentralized P2P Ecosystem, Announces Launch of Beta-Testing
Labor’s value system needs major overhaul