As thousands of people took to the streets across Russia on 12 June 2017 to protest corruption, journalists were among those detained by police, according to verified incidents reported to Mapping Media Freedom.
A popular Russia vlogger and comedian is facing condemnation and possible charges for a satirical video.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Russian and international journalists who were covering anti-corruption protests that took place across Russia on...
The conflict over Crimea and the fighting in eastern Ukraine has resulted in a media war, which has left both Russian and Ukrainian journalists struggling to report accurately on the situation.
Mapping Media Freedom correspondent Andrey Kalikh explores what happens when journalists or activists reveal close relationships between Russia’s businesses and government
When the Tomsk-based station TV-2 ceased broadcasting earlier this year, Siberia lost one of its few independent stations
Most of the Russian NGOs defending freedom of the press are blacklisted as “foreign agents”, while facing excessive pressure for non-compliance, writes Mapping Media Freedom correspondent Andrey Kalikh