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This year’s World Press Freedom Index data reflected a dramatic deterioration in access to information and an increase in obstacles to news coverage.
The latest World Press Freedom Index highlights increasing insecurity for journalists working around Southeast Asia, writes Luke Hunt.
The Overseas Press Club of Cambodia condemns "lack of due process" in government's threatened closure of paper over tax bill.
Raimundos Oki narrowly avoided jail over an article he wrote about the Timor-Leste Prime Minister. Hear him speak about press freedom in Timor alongside John Milkins and Damien Kingsbury at the Trades Hall on 31 August.
See a slideshow of photos from the night.
Videos of speeches from the inuaugural event
'The Chilling Effect' details numerous challenges, some old, some new, to the free operation of media in contemporary Australia
The Australian Press Council is calling on media to stand firm against the alarming erosion of access to information, privacy and protection of sources.
The MEAA's Mike Dobbie paints a grim picture of the situation of the media worldwide in the lead-up to the alliance's annual press freedom report.
On the MEAA 2016 press freedom report Criminalising the Truth, Suppressing the Right to Know
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