Welcome to the launch of Norway’s new international strategy to promote freedom of expression
“What is press freedom? A study on journalism students’ perception of press freedom” has been published in Journalism Education, Vol. 10, issue no.1.
On May 3, the International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) in partnership with the Journalism & Media International Center (JMIC) of Oslo Metropolitan University, and in collaboration with UNESCO Jakarta held an online protest action on May 3, World Press Freedom Day (WPFD).
Uganda’s Minister of Information, Communication Technology (ICT) Ms. Judith Nabakooba has pledged government’s commitment to promote media freedom in Uganda.
The Philippine journalist Maria Ressa receives this year Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom prize from UNESCO.
Bangladeshi photojournalist Shahidul Alam receives the annual award of Committee to Protect Journalists 19 November.
The coronavirus pandemic has shown how crucial access to reliable information is both for each person’s rights and for the level of trust in our societies.
More than 40 students and photojournalists logged into zoom to meet JMIC safety trainer Abeer Saady Thursday last week.
New York, July 13, 2020–The Committee to Protect Journalists will honor four courageous journalists from Bangladesh, Iran, Nigeria, and Russia with the 2020 International Press Freedom Awards. All four have been arrested or faced criminal prosecution in reprisal for their reporting. CPJ will also honor lawyer Amal Clooney with the Gwen Ifill Award.