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The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) released its annual Global Impunity Index, appropriately entitled Getting Away with Murder to mark the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists on November 2. The data points to...
More than 800 journalists have been killed in the line of duty over the past decade. In nine out of 10 cases, no punishment is served. The International Day to End Impunity (November 2) is an opportunity to make noise about this issue and hold governments to account.
Showt (pronounced shout) is a global voting widget that allows people to select either “yes” or “no” when presented with a person or global issue. It's been evolving through partnerships with media companies around the world since the Brexit Showt earlier this year and a recently announced...
News publishers and their partner organisations are helping young people learn to be civil when commenting on the news. They are doing so through smart moderation of comments on content aimed at the young and also by providing guidance about how to keep discussions respectful and about what to...
Euronews has recently started experimenting with 360-degree video – a technology that ties in nicely with the news organisation's philosophy of empowering its audience. Duncan Hooper, Editor-in-Chief of digital...
The Golden Pen of Freedom is WAN-IFRA's annual award recognising individuals or organisations that have made an outstanding contribution to the defence and promotion of press freedom.