Three separate IFJ digital media studies commissioned from July to September 2021 found that digital media workers in Pakistan are largely ignored...

Hong Kong’s national security chief recently accused the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA), an affiliate of the International Federation of...

Myanmar’s military junta is increasingly arresting media workers, a sign of the gradual deterioration of press freedom in the country. The...

Concerns for Chinese journalist and former lawyer Zhang Zhan are increasing after reports showed that Zhang’s health condition had deteriorated during...

At least 153 media organisations have been forced to cease operations as the Taliban’s new regime solidifies in Afghanistan, with women journalists...

In the latest in a series of intimidation tactics against Kashmiri Journalists, the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) administration has adopted a new order...

On September 14, Tamil journalist and union treasurer Punniyamoorthy Sasikaran was the subject of an interrogation by Sri Lankan police, the third...

International news channel Indus News is the second Pakistani media house in under two years to have closed down under real estate tycoon Malik Riaz...

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The Global Unions are calling on affiliates worldwide to support the Global Day of Action on Myanmar set for 15 September, which is also the...

Hundreds of Pakistani journalists participated a ‘sit in’ demonstration from September 12-13, united in protest against the proposed controversial...

Malaysia’s parliamentary speaker Azhar Arizan Harun announced on September 8, the new government led by prime minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob will...

The premises of two television channels, PB 24 News and Duranta TV, and three daily newspapers, Pratibadi Kalam, Kalmer Shakti and Daily Deshar Katha,...

Reporters have been prevented from covering a vaccine drive amongst Myanmar’s Rohingya population in Rakhine State after their access to internally...

On September 8, Jammu and Kashmir authorities raided the homes of four journalists in Srinagar before their temporary detainment and questioning. The...

Taliban militants arrested more than 14 media workers, including reporters and crew members, for their coverage of the anti-Pakistan and Women’s...

The Malaysian Civil Society Organisations (CSO) Platform for Reform are demanding the reinstatement of the moratorium on the Sedition Act 1948 and for...