Journalists Spotlight


Release Date: Wed, 02/11/2016
Despite promises to combat impunity in Sri Lanka, the extremely challenging process of securing justice for the families of journalists killed and missing will undoubtedly take time, as shown by a number of high profile cases
Release Date: Wed, 02/11/2016
Doha Centre for Media Freedom has repeated its calls for greater cooperation to put pressure on states to provide better protection to journalists, media freedom and fundamental human rights
Release Date: Mon, 31/10/2016
Andrew Lwanga was beaten by a police official while covering a youth demonstration. He has suffered horrific injuries, and still awaits justice in his case, despite evidence seemingly proving his side of the story.
Release Date: Mon, 31/10/2016
DCMF speaks to UNESCO official, Mehdi Benchelah about the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, and the importance of raising awareness of these issues to securing human rights and defending media freedom
Release Date: Mon, 31/10/2016
Across the globe, journalists continue to face the deadly threat of impunity everyday.Here we have marked some of the deadliest countries for journalist in 2016. Click on the pointers for more data.
Release Date: Mon, 31/10/2016
These are all journalists killed during the course of 2016 in the Arab world. Despite global efforts to combat impunity and awareness of the issue of impunity having increased, this tragic loss of life serves as a reminder of the long road ahead.
Release Date: Thu, 20/10/2016
The complaint against and replacement of editor Krishna Prasad after the publication of a controversial report, indicates a worrying wider trend in terms of Indian press freedom
Release Date: Thu, 06/10/2016
Members of the journalistic community in Kashmir have suffered major psychological scars after witnessing tragedy and horror on a regular basis in the line of duty

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