How to enhance professional collaboration between law enforcement agents and journalists in Latin America?
UNESCO hosted a webinar in the Latin American region to address the relationship between law enforcement agents and journalists with respect to the maintenance of public order while upholding the fundamental rights to freedom of expression and access to information
UNESCO CONCLUDES TRAINING OF AFRICAN JUDICIAL INSTITUTIONS ON FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND SAFETY OF JOURNALISTS
Participants at the Conference © UNESCOCynthia Meru
UNESCO supports the development of new Montenegrin joint guidelines about Journalistic Due Diligence
Press and media councils from South East Europe and Turkey adopt a Joint Declaration to strengthen media ethics in the digital ecosystem
Regional Tourism and World Heritage authorities attend the First Session of World Heritage Journeys of Southern Africa Workshop
UNESCO Windhoek +30 Declaration recognized in the UN Resolution on “Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity”