CPJ Condemns Journalist’s Murder

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) condemns this week’s murder of journalist Noel Villarante in Santa Cruz, a town in… Read More

Newspaper Editor Arrested After President’s Lawyer Accuses Her of Libel

(RSF/IFEX) — In a 6 August 2003 letter to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, RSF condemned the arrest of “The Daily Tribune”… Read More

Government Urged to Give Police More Resources to Investigate Journalist Bonifacio Gregorio’s Murder

(RSF/IFEX) — On 31 July 2003, RSF called on Interior and Local Government Secretary José D. Lina to make more… Read More

IFJ Calls on Prime Minister to Drop Anti-Union Case

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), the global organisation of journalists representing over 500,000 journalists worldwide, has written today to… Read More

2002 Fellowship: ASEAN media and the region in transition

Journalists in the region, except those covering ASEAN meetings, are not well aware of the regional group’s history and impact… Read More

IFJ Protest at Jailing of Reporter and Calls for Indonesia to Assist Release of Captives in Aceh

The International Federation of Journalists today stepped up efforts to secure the urgent release of two journalists being held in… Read More

CPJ Calls on Government to Investigate Journalist’s Murder

TO: Her Excellency Gloria Macapagal Arroyo President, Republic of the Philippines Malacañang Palace Manila, Philippines Via facsimile: 63-2-735-6152 Your Excellency:… Read More

Two Sports Magazine Journalists Held by Military Police

RSF and the Burma Media Association (BMA) voiced outrage at the 17 July 2003 arrest by military police at a… Read More