Chinese citizen journalist Zhang Zhan, who covered the coronavirus outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan earlier this year, was convicted of “picking...

On December 11, media tycoon Jimmy Lai was reportedly charged with “collusion with foreign forces” under the national security laws, while he remained...

Hong Kong media magnate Jimmy Lai has been denied bail after being formally charged with fraud on December 3. The International Federation of...

The Hong Kong High Court granted a judicial review application regarding police operations during the 2019 protests, describing the current police...

Hong Kong’s national security police officers raided the private offices of pro-democracy activist and media tycoon Jimmy Lai, on October 15. The...

Hong Kong authorities have denied the work visa of an editor for Hong Kong Free Press. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) rejects the...

This week, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) coordinated regional and global efforts to call on authorities in Hong Kong and China to...

We, the undersigned, are troubled by the decline in press freedom and democratic rights in Hong Kong and express our deep concern about the...

We, the undersigned media freedom organisations and journalist unions in the Asia Pacific region, strongly condemn the threats against press freedom,...

Riot police fine journalists covering the anniversary of the violent Yuen Long mob attack last year. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)...

Covering a year of unrest marked by anti-extradition bill protests in June 2019, a pandemic and the National Security Law, the Hong Kong Journalists...

At least 29 journalists have been arrested in Hong Kong since June 2019, highlighting the severe deterioration in the special administrative region....

Following China passing the controversial National Security Law for Hong Kong, a number of reporters were struck by police with tear gas and water...

The controversial national security law for Hong Kong passed in Beijing today, sparking fears that the freedoms enjoyed by the semi-autonomous region...

The Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) survey on the enactment of Hong Kong’s National Security Law found 98% of journalists disagree with the...

A survey conducted by the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) into police violence against journalists has revealed the violent reality of...