killing of journalist


CSOs and governments criticise systematic violations during Saudi Arabia's UPR review

As Saudi Arabia is reviewed by the UN HRC during its UPR review, CSO's and governments criticize escalating human rights violations, as prominents journalist's murder is highlighted Read more

CSOs and governments criticise systematic violations during Saudi Arabia's UPR review

Conflict intensifies, more journalists killed

As the conflict intensifies, 13 million Yemenis are at risk of starvation. Journalists killed in airstrike, while the UN human rights council extends the mandate of the Group of Eminent Experts (GEE) in Yemen for another year. Read more

Conflict intensifies, more journalists killed


Another Friday in Gaza: Protesters Threatened by Israeli Tanks

Since 30th March 2018, every Friday Palestinians protest against the blockade on Gaza. Commemorating the Great March of Return, protesters demand their return to territories occupied by Israel. In response, Israeli Occupation forces have repeatedly used excessive and lethal force against protestors. Today, the 19th October 2018 is no different. This week's protest looks even more dangerous, with reports of Israeli tanks lining up in preparation for protesters at the border. Read more

Another Friday in Gaza: Protesters Threatened by Israeli Tanks

Civil society says shutting down of international NGOs an ‘attack on civic freedoms’

In October 2018, the authorities ordered 18 international non-governmental organization (INGOs) to shut down operations and leave the country including Action Aid Read more

Civil society says shutting down of international NGOs an ‘attack on civic freedoms’

CSOs: reject general amnesty in peace negotiations

In a statement and during a press conference on 24th August 2018, five Central African and international organisations have asked to not include a general amnesty as part of the political dialogue with armed groups to end the violence Read more

CSOs: reject general amnesty in peace negotiations

Brazil continues to be a hostile place for journalists, two killed in recent months

On 21st June 2018, radio journalist Jairo Sousa was killed by two unidentified people who shot him twice in the back when he was arriving at Rádio Pérola FM, the radio station where he hosted a program. Read more

Brazil continues to be a hostile place for journalists, two killed in recent months


Palabras a Prueba de Balas campaign raises awareness about dangers facing journalists

Palabras a Prueba de Balas (Bulletproof Words) is Article 19’s campaign to raise awareness about the troubling number of attacks against members of the press in Mexico. Read more

Palabras a Prueba de Balas campaign raises awareness about dangers facing journalists