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It’s still a fragile freedom

This editorial appeared in the Cook Islands News on May 3 2010.

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WPFD podcasts available now

Radio coverage from World Press Freedom Day 2010 is now available to download as podcasts.

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Conference adopts Brisbane Declaration

Governments have been called on to enact laws guaranteeing the right to information. Participants of World Press Freedom Day on Monday adopted the Brisbane Declaration.

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UN envoy calls for FOI laws in Iraq

Ad Melkert, UN envoy to Iraq, has called on the Iraqi government to pass freedom of information legislation.

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Journal calls for WPFD submissions

Pacific Journalism Review is inviting articles for special 2010 World Press Freedom Day edition.

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Expelled journalist tells his tale

Investigative journalist Robert Mukombozi has been arrested, kidnapped and shot at. In April 2008 he was deemed persona non grata and given five minutes to leave Rwandan soil. He has not seen his family since. Hear his tale of press freedom in our interactive timeline.

 

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