Tag: Press Freedom from the Perspective of Women Journalists

World Press Freedom Day

Journalists across the Mediterranean are facing mounting challenges in carrying out their profession due to an increasingly oppressive media environment in the region. When they do not pay with their lives after publishing brave investigative work, like Gauri Lankesh (India) and Daphne Caruana Galizia (Malta), both assassinated in 2017, women journalists are more often than not hindered by the authorities they disturb. They are threatened by Decree 54 in Tunisia, imprisoned in Turkey when addressing the Kurdish question, harassed by agro-food lobbies in France, while in Palestine , they find themselves "stuck between the occupation’s bullets and the oppression of the authorities". Additionally, media outlets in Algeria, as in many ...

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When information leads to murder… the cases of Gauri Lankesh and Daphné Caruana Galizia

They lived on opposite sides of the world from each other, and yet, they were alike in every way. Gauri Lankesh and Daphne Caruana Galizia were murdered in 2017, the former in Bangalore, India, and the latter in Malta, for having continued to carry out their investigations at all costs, ignoring the harassment campaigns against them. The journalist collective Forbidden Stories has taken on their investigations.

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One year after the assassination of Shireen Abu Akleh: What have investigations shown?

One year after the assassination of the Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, her loved ones and colleagues have not let go of their right to justice. This report sheds light on the most prominent judicial courses and investigations, drawing on a private interview with Shireen’s brother and the General Director of the Al-Haq organization which documented, very accurately, the crime of her assassination at the hands of the Israeli occupation.

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What is fear? What is hope? On the meaning of “public space” in women’s lives

I’m an Egyptian researcher in my thirties working with “The Sex Talk- بالعربي” (The Sex Talk-in Arabic) initiative. I’m passionate about architecture and feminism, and I practice resistance as an essential part of my daily life. I started thinking about how to define space after a colleague asked me the following question: “What are the spaces even available for feminists to participate in public space?” This made me think, what is intended by “public space” in women’s case?

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