RSF provides Zelenskiy with eight-point road-map for strengthening press freedom and reliable reporting in Ukraine
Exactly one year after opening its Press Freedom Centre in the Ukrainian capital, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) held a press conference in Kyiv today (17 May) to unveil a road map for strengthening journalism in Ukraine.
Iran: RSF alerts on renewed wave of heavy-handed arrests targeting journalists
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is alarmed to see that the Islamic Republic of Iran has resumed its heavy-handed arrests of journalists after a brief respite.
More than 100 media leaders from around the world join RSF in calling for the release of Hong Kong press freedom emblem Jimmy Lai
Prominent media leaders from around the world have joined RSF in signing an unprecedented joint statement expressing support for detained Apple Daily founder and publisher Jimmy Lai in Hong Kong, and calling for his immediate release.
At tribute to AFP reporter in Kyiv, RSF announces eighth complaint since start of war
During an event that Agence France-Presse organised on 15 May in the Ukrainian capital, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) announced that it is about to file its eighth complaint about Russian war crimes against journalists.
European Media Freedom Act : give the EU the means to effectively safeguard the right to reliable information
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on European Union member states and MEPs to amend the proposed European Media Freedom Act (EMFA) so that it effectively safeguards the right to reliable news and information