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Each week, Mapping Media Freedom project verifies violations against the media. Here are five reports that give us cause for concern
Index on Censorship recently appointed a new youth advisory board who attend monthly online meetings to discuss current freedom of expression issues and complete related tasks.
Russia's media freedom has declined under the government of Vladimir Putin. The president and his allies have used a cloak of legislative legitimacy to target
Before 24 November, Turkey was described in Russian news reports as a reliable partner in ambitious projects, a source of fruits and
Mapping Media Freedom correspondent Tetiana Pechonchyk outlines the ways Russia has curtailed press freedom in Crimea
The Russian Ministry of Justice has added Glasnost Defence Foundation (GDF) to the list of NGOs it considers foreign agents
Since the amended blasphemy law came into force in July 2013, Russian journalists have faced a growth of religious censorship
When the Tomsk-based station TV-2 ceased broadcasting earlier this year, Siberia lost one of its few independent stations
On 6 November 2010, prominent Russian journalist Oleg Kashin was badly beaten with a steel pipe on his doorstep and nearly killed
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
On 19 September, the Estonian Minister of Education, Jürgen Ligi, accused the Estonian Public Broadcaster's new Russian-language TV of disclosing
Index on Censorship, the European Federation of Journalists and Reporters Without Borders are delighted to announce the expansion and redesign of Mapping Media Freedom, which records threats to journalists across Europe.