Defamation reform: a cautionary but hopeful story
Guest commentary by Nik Williams. In Scotland, defamation law
Politically motivated charges against Azerbaijani journalist upheld
The Supreme Court of Azerbaijan has upheld politically motivated
The pen that stung the Republic
A glimpse of a small arm tattoo recently took
International condemnation of move by Turkey to ban 136 websites
A Turkish Court has blocked access to 136 websites,
‘Maltese journalists need to know the government can and will protect them’
Maltese journalists need to know the authorities and the
International organisations urge Commission President to prioritise press freedom
In a letter to the new President of the
Foreign Minister commits to public inquiry within three months
The focus on the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana
‘If following the law is an innovation, it would be an innovation here’
“When my mother was murdered it was because there
Media Freedom Rapporteurs launch joint declaration at London conference
The Media Freedom Rapporteurs of international institutions have come
Daphne Caruana Galizia in ‘Top 10’ list of cases of injustice against journalists
The One Free Press Coalition has listed the assassintation
Opposition to forced registration of online portals in Albania
The Albanian government has presented a draft law that
OSCE chief expresses concern over new charges against journalist
Erol Onderoglu has been charged with “terrorist propaganda” in
International freedom of expression organisations welcome crucial resolution
We, the undersigned international freedom of expression organisations, welcome
Can independent media survive where the rule of law is under threat?
A free and impartial media is the fourth pillar
International Federation of Journalists joins call for public inquiry into journalist’s death
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has joined a
‘Smear campaigns against journalists on the rise in Europe’
Smear campaigns against journalists coordinated by politicians are on
Reporters Without Borders event to support Council of Europe report on Malta
As the report by the Council of Europe’s Special
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s sons call for concrete action ahead of Global Media Freedom Conference
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s sons have called for concrete action
Russian police drop charges against investigative journalist
Investigative journalist Ivan Golunov was released from house arrest
Decline in press freedom linked to State capture of institutions in Europe
One of the biggest threats to press freedom in
Setting the record straight
A report by Freedom House on the global decline
Indictment and arrest of Wikileaks founder ‘a threat to press freedom’
A United Nations expert on torture who visited Wikileaks
A downward spiral: Global decline in democracy ‘most acute in Europe’
Elected leaders in democratic countries have made “explicit attempts
Report addresses ‘worrying’ trends of online mobs peddling hate
Malta has a problem with “xenophobic, homophobic and political
‘What happens in Malta, stays in Malta’
“Letterbox companies, corruption, contract killings and restrictions on the
‘Lack of media freedom is the first sign of a dictatorship’ – Pope Francis
Pope Francis spoke of the “pain” of hearing statistics
‘No adequate protective measures for Daphne Caruana Galizia’ – report
“The Mafia is a systematic threat to press freedom,”
Indiscriminate use of tear gas against against citizens, journalists in Albania
Anti-government protests have continued in the Albanian capital of
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

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