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
Yorgen Fenech indictment ‘result of painful battle, no guarantee of justice’ – Council of Europe report
Persistent delays and administrative obstacles to the judicial process
‘A strong democracy needs a strong press’: Tributes to Ján Kuciak mark four years since assassination
Political leaders, journalists and press freedom organisations on Monday
Press freedom groups urge government bodies to drop appeals in The Shift’s fight for public information
Seven international media freedom organisations are urging the 30
Julian Assange granted permission to seek appeal against extradition
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Monday was granted the
Malta has highest rate of SLAPP cases per capita
Malta had the highest rate of SLAPP cases per
Accusations of intimidation leveled at The Shift are ‘absolutely ludicrous’ – Reporters Without Borders
Reporters Without Borders has slammed a government lawyer’s assertions
‘What happened to Daphne could happen today’
“There have not been any real reforms in Malta
Calls for action at COP26 after 1005 climate defenders murdered since 2015
A group of environmental and human rights activists came
‘Climate emergency, journalism emergency’, journalists tell COP26
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and more than 60 environmental
‘Investigative journalists in Malta are still marginalised’ – Reporters Without Borders
“In Malta, I have the impression that journalists, especially
International press freedom organisations ‘will closely monitor’ implementation of public inquiry findings
Five international press freedom organisations have stressed their commitment
Nobel Peace Prize shows vital role journalism plays in peace and democracy
The award of the Nobel Peace Prize to two
Facebook’s woes continue as whistleblower goes public
Facebook’s stocks plunged by 5% yesterday following another devastating
People’s Tribunal will indict governments over failure to convict journalists’ murderers
A group of leading media organisations have launched a
Pieter Omtzigt voices concern over ‘credible reports’ of CIA plot against Julian Assange
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe General Rapporteur
Reports of CIA plot creates waves in Assange case
Reports of an alleged CIA plot against Wikileaks founder
United States’ lead witness against Julian Assange admits to lying in testimony – report
The United States’ lead witness in the case against
ECHR finds Russia failed to investigate assassination of journalist Natalia Estemirova
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that
Calls for justice mark 57th birthday of assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
On the occasion of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s 57th birthday,

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