Jimmy Lai, media tycoon and the founder of Next Digital, was arrested by Hong Kong authorities on April 18 and charged for his role in the unlawful...

The protests on March 21 saw the Hong Kong police continue to target reporters. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its affiliate...

Jimmy Lai, owner of pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily, was arrested on February 28 on suspicion of taking part in an anti-extradition assembly. The...

Former Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying has called for the sacking of the director of broadcasting for Hong Kong’s public broadcaster, Radio...

Several news outlets from Hong Kong, including the BBC, Epoch Times, Radio Free Asia (RFA) and Voice of America (VOA) express concerns over...

While Hong Kong’s protests continued, so too did the attacks on journalists and press freedoms in late December and early January. The International...

Journalists in Hong Kong face increasing dangers while covering protests. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its affiliate the Hong...

The Hong Kong government reached out to local journalist associations to discuss the police brutality against journalists. The International...

Freelance photojournalist May James was searched, forced to remove her face mask, arrested, and detained at a police station in Kowloon overnight...

As the Hong Kong protests enter their 22nd week, attacks on the media continue. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its affiliate...

Leading journalist and activist who reported on Hong Kong’s protests has been arrested by Chinese authorities in Guangzhou, China, for “making trouble...

Hong Kong journalists hit with blue dye filled water cannons, and verbal abuse from police in two separate incidents. The International Federation of...

Journalist unions and representative organisations have joined forces to condemn suggestions for a government accreditation scheme for journalists in...

The IFJ hosted a press briefing at the Brussels Press Club organised by the ITUC for a delegation of human rights and pro-democracy activists visiting...

A series of false allegations and smears have this week targeted journalists and unionists in Hong Kong known for speaking out against attacks on...

The Hong Kong government’s use of colonial era emergency regulations to prohibit face coverings in protests adds another hurdle for press freedom for...