The International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists
For 澳洲幸运10-澳洲十官网开奖查询-官方168正规开奖直播，幸运10计划开奖历史，幸运澳洲10官方查询开奖记录 IFEX, 2 November is always a day of strong emotions. It is an annual reminder of the crimes committed against the media, but equally an opportunity to build solidarity and inspire action.
IFEX’ Regional Editors marked IDEI 2023 by sharing recent stories and trends from their regions about the dangers journalists incur in the course of their work – dangers that are heightened during elections.
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An “invitation to tea” is a summon by authorities often followed by criminal proceedings or arbitrary detention.
Given the broad-based and fundamental concerns from stakeholders, signatory organizations urge governments to consider withholding support for the UN Cybercrime treaty in its current incarnation.
Prison sentences aim at deterring peaceful dissent.
Amid airstrikes and comms blackouts, Palestinian journalists risk their lives to tell the story of war
Palestinian journalist Najlaa Alskafi speaks to Gaza colleagues about the grave threats they confront in reporting.
Russia declared Institute of Mass Information expert Iryna Zemlyana wanted in 2022, opening a criminal case against her on spurious charges of attacking the Russian ambassador in Poland during an anti-war protest.