RSF submits evidence to UK inquiry into the case of Hong Kong’s media founder Jimmy Lai
RSF has submitted evidence to a UK parliamentary inquiry into media freedom in Hong Kong and the case of Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai.
Rwanda: Following questionable trial on the death of a journalist, RSF and 85 organizations reiterate call for an independent investigation
The lack of details in the verdict of the trial of the death of Rwandan journalist John Williams Ntwali suggests the lack of an effective investigation.
Mongolia: RSF urges legislators not to override presidential veto of dangerous social media bill
RSF calls on Mongolian Parliament to uphold the presidential veto of a dangerous social media bill, during the plenary vote scheduled for 17 March.
USA: RSF opposes Florida’s proposed anti-media bill and calls to overturn constitutional protections for journalists
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for Florida’s legislature to reject a proposed bill that would deter journalists from reporting critically about public figures without fear of penalty.
After three-month blockade, RSF urges Azerbaijan and Russian peacekeepers to let reporters visit Nagorno-Karabakh
The Lachin corridor linking Armenia with Nagorno-Karabakh, a separatist enclave in neighbouring Azerbaijan with a mainly Armenian population, will have been blocked for three months on 12 March.
RSF’s Operation Collateral Freedom foils blocking of more than 80 sites in 24 countries
On World Day Against Cyber Censorship (12 March), Reporters Without Borders (RSF) announces that it has unblocked access to more than 80 media websites in 24 countries.
USA: Political meddling threatens the independence of West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Alarmed by a pattern of meddling by political authorities in stories and staffing decisions at West Virginia Public Broadcasting (WVPB), Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for greater transparency in WVPB’s editorial decisions with a clear line drawn b