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RSF Sweden and Pressbyrån recreate the voice of imprisoned journalist Dawit Isaak using AI
Pressbyrån and RWB have joined on World Press Freedom Day in a campaign for Swedish-Eritrean journalist Dawit Isaak, in jail for 20 years in Eritrea. They have used AI to bring back to life the words of the world’s longest imprisoned journalist.
How RSF invented World Press Freedom Day on 20 April 1991
An event will be held at UN headquarters on 2 May to mark the 30th anniversary. In fact, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) organised the first Press Freedom Day with UNESCO support in 1991.
Hong Kong: the national security trial of Jimmy Lai, a symbol of press freedom, will begin in six months
On 25 September 2023, six months from now, British national Jimmy Lai, a symbol of press freedom in Hong Kong, will be tried under national security charges for which he faces a life sentence.
Two Belarusian women journalists, free press symbols, sentenced to 12 years in prison
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is outraged by the 12-year jail sentences that two Belarusian journalists – the editor and the manager of TUT.by, an independent media outlet closed by the Belarusian authorities in 2021 – received today (17 March) from a c
Ukraine: a year of information warfare in numbers
With the help of its Ukrainian partner, the Institute of Mass Information (IMI), Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has put numbers to the acts of violence and abuses against journalists and media outlets in Ukraine – and to the resources deployed to support
90 organisations, including RSF, call on the Rwandan authorities to conduct an independent investigation into the death of John Williams Ntwali
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) joined 90 civil society organisations and journalists associations calling on authorities in Rwanda to guarantee an independent investigation into the death of John Williams Ntwali.
Anti-journalist terror has grown in every way in two years of military rule in Myanmar
Since Myanmar’s military seized power two years ago, the figures for their press freedom violations have been truly appalling, says Reporters Without Borders (RSF).
The conviction of Finnish journalists for revealing state secrets sets a dangerous precedent for press freedom internationally
Two journalists of the Helsingin Sanomat newspaper were found guilty of having revealed state secrets in the country ranked 5th in the World Press Freedom Index.