Reporters Without Borders’ chief and ‘tireless defender of press freedom’ passes away
International press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has
Assange’s ordeal continues as UK court delays verdict
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Julian Assange will have to
PM congratulates ‘authoritarian’ Bangladeshi leader after violent, undemocratic election
Prime Minister Robert Abela has offered congratulations following the
Journalists’ institute calls for ‘wider membership’ in media owner’s lobby group
The Institute of Maltese Journalists (Istitut Ġurnalisti Maltin, IĠM)
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,
Malta asked to step up media freedom reforms, protection as it assumes OSCE chair
As Malta assumed the rotating chairmanship of the Organisation
Number of journalists killed because of their work lowest since 2002 – RSF
The number of journalists killed in connection with their
Malta fails to meet EU journalist safety recommendations – RSF
European Union Member States, including Malta, must move quickly
International press organisations join call for PM to publish media report
International press freedom organisations have echoed calls by Maltese
RSF joins calls for CoE pressure to implement inquiry recommendations
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Director of Campaigns Rebecca Vincent
Julian Assange ‘dangerously close’ to extradition after appeal rejected – RSF
WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange is “dangerously close” to being
The Shift joins media leaders worldwide calling for the release of Jimmy Lai
The Shift and prominent media leaders worldwide have joined
Commemorating World Press Freedom Day: Where does Malta stand?
Marking World Press Freedom Day on Wednesday, the International
Malta’s ranking in RSF’s press freedom index hits an all-time low
The World Press Freedom Index by Reporters Without Borders
The Pharisee – Kevin Cassar
Jesus told the parable of the Pharisee and the
RSF, IPI call on government to drop ‘vexatious’ cases as The Shift wins first two court appeals
International press freedom organisations have welcomed The Shift’s winning
Slovakia marks five years since Ján Kuciak’s assassination
As Slovakia marks the fifth anniversary of the assassination
Reporters Without Borders urges government to publish FOI study
Reporters Without Borders has urged the government to publish
Five major media groups urge the US to drop charges against Julian Assange
Five major international media groups have called on the
Reporters Without Borders sees government’s media legislation as ’far from sufficient’
The three long-awaited bills tabled in parliament on how
International press freedom NGOs denied a meeting with Prime Minister
A group of six leading press freedom NGOs has
Your Right to Know: The Shift, RSF and Daphne Foundation to debate FOI abuse
The Shift will be holding a public debate on
Press freedom organisations welcome European Media Freedom Act but call for strengthening
Following the European Commission’s unveiling of the European Media
International NGOs sustain The Shift’s campaign against the government’s defiance of FOI law
Press freedom organisations have mobilised widespread support for The
‘Dark day for press freedom’ as UK Home Secretary signs order to extradite Julian Assange
Press freedom groups have stressed the “dangerous implications” of
Malta up three places in 2022 RSF World Press Freedom Index
Malta has improved its ranking by three places according

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