World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers


Eritrea

In conjunction with 30 International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX) members, WAN-IFRA has instigated a joint appeal to President Isaias Afewerki of Eritrea calling for the immediate release of journalist Dawit Isaak and all imprisoned journalists held in the country.

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Andrew Heslop's picture

Andrew Heslop

Date

2011-11-15 10:37

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Andrew Heslop's picture

Andrew Heslop

Date

2011-11-15 10:24

Aufruf zur Freilassung des Preisträgers des von WAN-IFRA verliehenen Pressefreiheitspreises „Goldene Feder der Freiheit 2011“, Dawit Isaak, sowie aller ohne Gerichtsverfahren inhaftierten Journalisten in Eritrea.

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Andrew Heslop's picture

Andrew Heslop

Date

2011-11-04 10:40

Appel à la libération de Dawit Isaak, lauréat de la Plume d’or de la liberté de la WAN-IFRA en 2011, et de tous les journalistes détenus sans avoir été jugés en Érythrée.

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Alison Meston

Date

2011-10-28 09:51

Aspiring independent journalists in any war-ravaged, poverty-stricken country face a daunting task. If you add famine, military dictatorship, and the fact that the particular country in question is Eritrea, this task becomes nigh on impossible. In such a context the achievements of Dawit Isaak, co-founder of the country’s first independent newspaper and laureate of the 2011 WAN-IFRA Golden Pen of Freedom, are all the more remarkable.

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Andrew Heslop's picture

Andrew Heslop

Date

2011-10-13 20:42

Dawit Isaak, who left Sweden for Eritrea to help build the country's independent press -- and was imprisoned for his efforts – has been awarded the 50th anniversary Golden Pen of Freedom, the annual press freedom prize of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA).

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Andrew Heslop's picture

Andrew Heslop

Date

2011-10-13 14:15

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