Police protection required for journalists at Joseph Muscat’s arraignment next week
Journalists covering the court hearing next week of disgraced
Attacks on independent media continue despite condemnations
Widespread condemnation has not stopped government officials from launching
Aditus ‘strongly condemns’ PM’s ‘blatant attack’ on judiciary, journalists
Human rights organisation Aditus has “strongly condemned” the words
Concerns about independent media joining political propaganda outlets
The recent establishment of the 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
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
A meeting with Karolína Farská, Slovak journalist and press freedom activist
On Friday, 13 October, The Shift’s Founder and Managing
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici backtracks on publishing salaries of top positions at state broadcaster
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici has backtracked on his promise
Government considers journalists ‘its enemy’, consultation a must – Opposition
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s decision to hide a report
Malta fails to meet EU journalist safety recommendations – RSF
European Union Member States, including Malta, must move quickly
Commemorating World Press Freedom Day: Where does Malta stand?
Marking World Press Freedom Day on Wednesday, the International
‘Gap between values-based narrative and reality’ in EU press freedom – CPJ
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has said that
Media experts committee ignored Saviour Balzan’s conflict of interest
The Media Experts Committee has said that there was
Journalist’s detention in Hong Kong raises international concern
An event in London this week focused on the
Ask questions, face the consequence
Karen Gravano, the daughter of a mafia boss, noticed
Call for harder approach to public broadcasting independence, state advertising in new EU law
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has warned
Robert Abela’s Pinocchio problem
If you don’t want to be sued, stop asking
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
‘Turn the tide’, CoE Human Rights Commissioner says on press freedom
“All who are committed to democracy and a free
Five years of stalling and avoiding
Representatives of the world’s leading press freedom groups are
Broken Bad
The country is broken. Badly broken. The keyword here
Press freedom organisations welcome European Media Freedom Act but call for strengthening
Following the European Commission’s unveiling of the European Media
Owen Bonnici confirms status quo at public broadcaster despite concerns
The government sent out a clear signal that it
Public inquiry: a year on and only one of 28 key recommendations fully implemented
Although the recommendations of the board of public inquiry
Abela’s tax on information
Anything too stupid to say, said Voltaire, must be
Government attacks The Shift with legal Groundhog Day
Forty separate branches of the government are attacking another

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