Opposition to forced registration of online portals in Albania
The Albanian government has presented a draft law that
OSCE report notes press freedom issues in Malta
“Journalists are targets but it is freedom of opinion
OSCE chief expresses concern over new charges against journalist
Erol Onderoglu has been charged with “terrorist propaganda” in
Muscat protected his friends, not the national interest
While the Maltese government kept insisting that the Council
Malta backed by Azerbaijan ahead of CoE vote
The call for a public inquiry into the assassination
Can independent media survive where the rule of law is under threat?
A free and impartial media is the fourth pillar
‘Smear campaigns against journalists on the rise in Europe’
Smear campaigns against journalists coordinated by politicians are on
Incompetent workers, lack of regulation leading to construction industry ‘chaos’
The Chamber of Architects has described the collapse of
A downward spiral: Global decline in democracy ‘most acute in Europe’
Elected leaders in democratic countries have made “explicit attempts
The world remembers Tiananmen Square
Thirty years ago today, the Chinese government ordered soldiers
Report addresses ‘worrying’ trends of online mobs peddling hate
Malta has a problem with “xenophobic, homophobic and political
250 arrests for help to migrants – report
Over the last five years, at least 250 people
UPDATED: International community reacts to scathing report on Malta
Updated to include the government’s reaction. “Evil tends to
Five Liberian Central Bank officials in court in scandal involving Crane Currency
Five officials from the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL)
‘Lack of media freedom is the first sign of a dictatorship’ – Pope Francis
Pope Francis spoke of the “pain” of hearing statistics
Indiscriminate use of tear gas against against citizens, journalists in Albania
Anti-government protests have continued in the Albanian capital of
Muscat tells EU leaders that he will protect rule of law… seriously
The Maltese government yesterday signed the Sibiu Declaration, at
UK Parliament hears of ‘inadequacy of investigations’ into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder
Barrister Caoilfhionn Gallagher has called on the British government
Turkish court drops prison sentence against Paradise Papers journalist
An Appeals Court in Turkey has overturned the prison
‘Threats against freedom of expression on the rise’ – Council of Europe
Consecutive assessments of the state of the freedom of
‘One day, justice will be done’
Magistrate Doreen Clarke has ordered an inquiry into the
Where do MEP candidates stand on environmental protection?
Birdlife Malta has called on all MEP candidates to
Propaganda, disinformation and social media limiting democracy – EP report
Concerted propaganda and disinformation campaigns are limiting democracy, human
The Shift takes part in the RSF 2019 World Press Freedom Index in London
Caroline Muscat, co-founder and editor of The Shift News,
Malta falls another 12 places in World Press Freedom Index
Malta has dropped another 12 places in the Reporters
Grieving Caruana Galizia family forced to litigate for launch of public inquiry
The Maltese government is accused of being in breach
WATCH: When the State whips up a cycle of hate against its critics
Daphne Caruana Galizia had been a target of hate
International Journalism Festival: Disinformation and censorship in Malta
Disinformation, hate speech, censorship and a host of other