Independence and pluralism
11 countries undertake to back Journalism Trust Initiative (JTI)
At the International Summit for Information and Democracy, the Journalism Trust Initiative (JTI) reached another major milestone when it won the support of 11 of the 47 signatory states of the Partnership for Information and Democracy.
Putin celebrates his 70th birthday by crushing independent media in Russia
As Russian President Vladimir Putin celebrates his 70th birthday on 7 October, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) looks back at this press freedom predator’s persecution of journalists during his 22-year “reign.”
ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) Accredits Alliance for Audited Media (AAM) to Certify in Accordance with Journalism Trust Initiative - Certification Programme
The ANSI National Accreditation Board has accredited the Alliance for Audited Media to conduct independent audits to determine media outlets' compliance with the Journalism Trust Initiative's standard for ethics and trustworthiness in journalism.
Tunisia : RSF and a coalition of organisations call for the repeal of the law on “fake news”
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has joined a group of more than 30 Tunisian and international organisations in calling for the withdrawal of Decree-Law 2022-54 on "combating offences against information and communication systems". A law that threatens pre
Tunisian journalism threatened by decree criminalising “rumours and fake news”
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) urges Tunisia’s government to quickly repeal an unprecedented new decree criminalising “rumours and fake news” because it threatens press freedom, one of the most important gains of the country’s pro-democracy revolution in
RSF can insure journalists going on reporting trips abroad
Since March 2022, journalists who are members of Reporters Without Borders (RSF) have been able to take advantage of a new kind of insurance specifically designed for journalists going on reporting trips outside the country where they live.
RSF urges Hungarian regulator to avoid dealing new blow to media pluralism
RSF deplores the time being taken by Media Council to issue a new licence to Tilos Rádió whose broadcasting permit expired. The Media Council must reach a duly justified decision as soon as possible.