Public inquiry conclusions ‘could prevent murder of other journalists’ – Reporters Without Borders
The international campaign director for Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
#FreeAssange: embattled Wikileaks founder turns 50 while still detained in a UK prison
Wikileaks founder and journalist Julian Assange, who first became
Governments urged to support independent media to avoid ‘extinction event’
Independent journalism is facing a possible “extinction event” due
If you can, you must
Doctors are trained to heal.  They have the capability
Outrage, demands for action after Belarusian journalist arrest on hijacked Ryanair flight
The international political, media, and human rights communities are
PEN Malta call for submissions for Daphne Caruana Galizia poetry memorial
In the week dedicated to World Press Freedom Day,
Maltese newsrooms unite against contempt of court charges over public interest stories
“Criminalising such stories is the very opposite of what
Italy: Journalists’ phones wiretapped by prosecutors
A number of Italian journalists had their phones wiretapped
Latest court decree on Yorgen Fenech articles another blow to journalism
Journalists of The Times of Malta are set to
Countries in which journalists have been murdered should ‘do more’ to protect the press – Jourova
Countries that have experienced cases of murdered journalists should
Hot under the collar
That press conference. People were still talking about it
It’s time to start holding Joseph Muscat accountable
Oops, he did it again. Joseph Muscat’s been found
New familiar patterns
The timing of the Conference for National Unity, held
‘Justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia must be secured’ – European Commission President
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has again
2020 ‘unfortunate record year’ for press freedom, call for action from EC President
Press freedom organisation partners forming the Media Freedom Rapid
European Court of Human Rights calls for the release of Alexei Navalny
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has called
Turkey begins retrial of RSF representative on terrorism charges
Seventeen press freedom and human rights NGOs have issued
Under attack: Debate to focus on challenges faced by women journalists
A webinar to be held on Thursday hosted by
Did they even read their own law?
The Department of Information (DOI) has refused to give
The Shift barred from accessing MPs’ tax declarations
The Shift has been refused access to the tax
This is where the filter bubble leads
The American reality show descended into chaos this week
UK court blocks extradition of Julian Assange
Citing concerns for his mental health, district Judge Vanessa
Another bad year for journalists around the world
In 2020, at least 50 journalists and media workers
2020: A year of investigations despite a pandemic
Despite the circumstances brought about by the pandemic, The
Journalist who exposed Turkish arms shipment to Syrian rebels sentenced to 27 years in prison
A court in Turkey has sentenced journalist Can Dundar
European press freedom organisation reacts to Neville Gafa’s acquittal
The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF)
When they get it wrong
The coordinated attack on The Shift by the three
Si yo fuera Maradona (If I were Maradona)
I learnt this week of an interview given by