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10 years on from his murder, Nils Horner still deserves justice

In the decade since the death of Nils Horner, the world has become more dangerous for journalists, writes Swedish Radio's CEO, Cilla Benkö.


News leaders express solidarity with journalists in Gaza

News editors and chiefs from over thirty media organisations have signed an open letter calling for journalists in Gaza to be protected.

Turkish court blocks access to international broadcasters’ online services

PMA calls on Turkey’s media regulator to lift the ban on the online Turkish-language news services of Deutsche Welle and Voice of America.

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Call-out: Journalists in Exile

Does your newsroom have any opportunities – funding, training, fellowship, employment, or other – to offer to journalists in exile?

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PSM Unpacked: Digital Safety

PMA members: Join us for our next virtual roundtable on digital safety for journalists and news media organisations.

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Shutdowns, layoffs and court cases: The clampdown on independent media in the Philippines continues

The ongoing repression of independent media in the Philippines is proving disastrous at a time when trusted and timely news is needed more than ever.

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Geo TV suspended across Pakistan

The Public Media Alliance adds its voice to the Committee to Protect Journalists' (CPJ) call to reinstate access to the television channel across parts of Pakistan.