Malta still among the worst-ranking countries in EU for press freedom: RSF
The latest World Press Freedom Index report by Reporters
Opinion: The depravity of despots
“Hundreds of flowers and candles laid to honour the
Assange’s ordeal continues as UK court delays verdict
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Julian Assange will have to
Opinion: The worries about the new Association of Media Owners
A new lobby group – Association of Media Owners
Journalist deaths in Israel-Gaza war reaches 77 as South Africa alleges ‘genocide’ in international court
In more than 30 years of documenting journalist fatalities,
Council of Europe committee sees ‘no need for action’ on media, despite government delays
The Council of Europe’s committee of ministers “sees no
Malta asked to step up media freedom reforms, protection as it assumes OSCE chair
As Malta assumed the rotating chairmanship of the Organisation
Europe’s new media freedom law set to cause problems in Malta
European Parliament and Council negotiators agreed on Friday on
Future of Maltese media at risk as journalists leave in droves, ‘scared’ to take up profession
Malta’s independent media sector is set to “die a
As crunch time for SLAPP law approaches, stakeholders emphasise need to be ‘proactive’
With the end of year deadline for finalising negotiations
Report: 80% of journalist murders unpunished, EU less safe for media
Almost 80% of journalist killings have gone unpunished, with
Significance of SLAPP conference in Malta highlights journalists’ struggle, legacy
As European institutions tussle over the scope and reach
Opinion: Caruana Galizia’s nightmare still isn’t over
Almost six years to the day since Daphne Caruana
Kuciak and Caruana Galizia ‘were ordinary people doing their job right’ – Karolína Farská
“They were ordinary people doing their job right”, said
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici backtracks on publishing salaries of top positions at state broadcaster
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici has backtracked on his promise
Malta fails to meet EU journalist safety recommendations – RSF
European Union Member States, including Malta, must move quickly
Media ‘Experts’ Committee fails to submit final report before parliament rises for summer recess
A report prepared by the government-appointed ‘Media Experts Committee’
EU member states ‘disappointingly unambitious’ on anti-SLAPP law
Member states “deleted many elements” and were “disappointingly unambitious”
Slovakian businessman acquitted of murdering journalist in court ‘debacle’
Slovak business tycoon Marian Kočner has been acquitted in
Eight international organisations demand proper media law reform in Malta
Eight international press freedom organisations have called on Robert
Five years and still here
The Shift is still online after five years. I
Press freedom organisations slam Abela’s take on OSCE meeting
Prime Minister Robert Abela met with Organisation for Security
There can be no security without media freedom – OSCE
The political will to improve media freedom is still
The inversion of facts, one opinion piece at a time
When local experts or international entities speak out against
Government targets events commemorating Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination
While various events, both locally and abroad, are underway
Government waters down board of inquiry’s protection for journalists
Even after the government-appointed committee of media experts submitted
Press freedom organisations welcome European Media Freedom Act but call for strengthening
Following the European Commission’s unveiling of the European Media
Help or leverage? Government’s opacity with media funding raises questions
The news that an Italian court handed a prison
Human rights violator handed public broadcasting
The man formerly responsible for trampling on the free

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