Canada

Canada: PMA condemns harassment of journalists

PMA is deeply troubled by reports of growing harassment, intimidation and threats towards journalists in Canada. Journalists must be allowed to report freely, without fear of reprisal or hostility.

Press Freedom

Threats to journalists growing across Europe

The brazen attack on a renowned Dutch journalist took place amid rising threats towards journalists across Europe. But while there has been an increase in physical violence, journalists also face legislative challenges to their work.

Verbal attack on Croatia’s public broadcaster is the latest in a string of media freedom incidents

Croatia may have joined the Media Freedom Coalition but attempts to intimidate journalists at HRT are among several ongoing media freedom issues.

Global Task Force

The increasing threats to journalists’ safety

In this commentary article published in the Toronto Star, Catherine Tait, CBC/Radio-Canada President and CEO, writes in her capacity as Chair of the Global Task Force for public media about the dramatic increase in both the frequency and the intensity of harassment and intimidation faced by journalists.

Groupe de Travail Mondial

La sécurité des journalistes est en jeu

Ces dernières années, les journalistes font l’objet de manœuvres d’intimidation et de harcèlement en ligne dont le nombre et la gravité ne cessent d’augmenter.

NOS

The Netherlands: Concerns for physical safety of NOS journalists

Logos removed from vans and equipment as Dutch public media journalists face increased threats to their physical safety.

Barcelona Catalonia Spain

Journalists injured covering Catalonia protests

Serious concern as accounts of violence against journalists grow in Catalonia during protests.

media freedom

Sri Lanka terrorist attacks

For the second time in just over a month, a Public Media Alliance member organisation has been faced with the grim and harrowing task of covering a major terrorist attack on their doorstep.