The impact of Amazigh language insecurity on civic participation in Morocco.
RSF urges Moroccan authorities to release journalists Soulaimane Raissouni and Omar Radi.
New bill aims to enforce stringent regulations on social media users, including punitive measures that curtail individual freedoms.
Rights groups reiterate their call on Moroccan authorities to end the persecution of Taoufik Bouachrine, and other critical journalists
Rights groups urge the Moroccan authorities not to dispute the European Parliament’s recommendations to uphold freedom of expression, but rather to act accordingly to free all unfairly-imprisoned journalists who are spending years in prison on false charges.
An urgent resolution by the European Parliament calls on Moroccan authorities to respect freedom of expression and media freedom.
Morocco violated Convention against Torture in case, UN body ruled.
Moroccan journalists and families of imprisoned journalists speak to CPJ about their experiences facing government surveillance.
Authorities use underhanded tactics to silence critical activists and journalists.
Imprisoned journalist continues to appeal his sentence after a trial marred with violations of fair trial standards and based on flimsy evidence, according to a Human Rights Watch review of the case.
Tunisian rights groups call a travel ban imposed on Moroccan historian and writer Maati Monjib “a flagrant violation of his fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution and the law”.
The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the sentencing of Moroccan journalists Omar Radi and Imad Stitou on sex crime charges the rights group says are part of efforts by authorities to target independent journalists for their reporting.
Imprisoned Moroccan journalists subjected to arbitrary and abusive prosecutions, launch hunger strikes to call attention to their unjust detention.
European Union urged to take action to secure release of Moroccan and French journalist Maâti Monjib
In a statement issued prior to the provisional release of Moroccan and French journalist Maâti Monjib, we joined 15 organisations in urging the European Union to take action on his case.
Moroccan authorities are using trumped up sexual assault and “morals” charges to retaliate against journalists for their critical reporting and discredit them publicly, says the Committee to Protect Journalists.