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07 Jan. 2019 | StoryAzerbaijani blogger Mehman Huseynov is on hunger strike in an Azerbaijani prison. International Media Support (IMS) is gravely concerned for the health and well-being of Mehman Huseynov and call for his immediate release and the release of all journalists, bloggers and activists unjustly imprisoned by the government for expressions of peaceful dissent.
01 Dec. 2018 | StoryOp-ed by executive director of ARIJ, Rana Sabbaggh, prior to the 11th Annual Forum.
Azerbaijan: Joint third-party intervention highlights denationalisation as a tool to stifle freedom of expression24 Sep. 2018 | Story24 September 2018 Copenhagen- New York- Toronto — International Media Support (IMS), IFEX, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and the International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP) have submitted a joint third-party intervention to the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Azerbaijani journalist and human rights defender Emin Huseynov. Emin Huseynov, now living...
23 May. 2018 | StoryFounder says award ‘bolsters our courage and reinforces our hope’ The Philippines-based news website Rappler is the recipient of the 2018 Free Media Pioneer award in recognition of the site’s innovative approach to journalism and audience engagement as well as its determination to hold authorities accountable despite aggressive attacks on its operations. The annual Free...
06 Mar. 2018 | Story #MeToo, #TimesUp #SheDecides resonate on a global scale and also mark the media industry's challenges with harassment and gender-balanced reporting. Recent IMS reports highlights challenges in Somalia, Pakistan, Myanmar and Afghanistan.
11 Jan. 2018 | StoryThe year 2017 is considered the deadliest year for journalists and media in the history of Afghanistan, states Afghan Journalists Safety Committee (AJSC) in its yearly report. The report depicts the status of violence and intimidation against journalists and media workers in 2017. It also underlines other prominent issues and happenings in the realm of...
12 Dec. 2017 | StoryAs threats to freedom of expression online continue to grow, journalists need to get more involved in shaping the digital future of our global media ecosystem
06 Dec. 2017 | Story2017 has been a vibrant and troubling year for the media sector in Myanmar. This year’s media development conference will have safety of journalists as one of the important discussion points. The discussion will be informed by the new global study recently published by International Media Support
22 Nov. 2017 | PublicationThis guide examines Libya's legal framework and looks at the protections available in Libya’s domestic law, which laws can be used to restrict expression, the actions of those regulating the media and possible future constitutional developments
31 Oct. 2017 | PublicationThis advocacy manual offers insights in how to prepare advocacy strategies through a range of trainings and advisory sessions. The advocacy toolkit has been developed in partnership with Fojo Media Institute and partners. Somali language version.
31 Oct. 2017 | PublicationThis advocacy manual offers insights in how to prepare advocacy strategies through a range of trainings and advisory sessions. The advocacy toolkit has been developed in partnership with Fojo Media Institute and partners.
07 Sep. 2017 | StoryAzerbaijani authorities have been quick to respond to the #Laundromat investigation - but not by launching an investigation into the money-laundering allegations. Instead authorities have blocked #Laundromat websites.
09 Jun. 2017 | StoryThe People’s Political Festival is a unique meeting of citizens, politicians, private sector and civil society set on the island of Bornholm from 15 – 18 June. IMS will be there leading on a number of explosive debates.
03 Mar. 2017 | StoryIMS denounces an Azerbaijani court decision to sentence the chairman of the country’s leading freedom of expression group, the Institute for Reporters’ Freedom and Safety (IRFS) chairman and popular blogger Mehman Huseynov to two years in prison and calls for the country's appeals court to overturn his conviction and release him immediately.