Press Freedom: UNESCO and IPA to train police worldwide
UNESCO and the International Police Association IPA today unveiled a new partnership to build skills among police and security personnel in upholding freedom of expression and protecting journalist safety The partners will launch a global Massive Open Online Course MOOC open to police all around the world
Cat VII – Seminar and training
Central Asian webinar on validation of the journalism education and training platform
Judiciary is key to end impunity for crimes against journalists, says UNESCO
UNESCO brought together experts and the judiciary to strengthen policies and legal actions to end the impunity for crimes against journalists This is part of a broader campaign conducted over the last decade Experiences from across the globe show that law enforcement institutions civil society and the media are essential to shift the lines and raise significantly the price of killing journalists This is the only way to deter further killings and break the cycle of violence against media professionals Read their stories and best practices to help curve the plague
Lessons learned from Paraguay’s historic ruling to end impunity of crimes against journalists
Part of a series of interviews with judges prosecutors and legal experts from around the world in order to showcase good practices to EndImpunity for crimes against journalists and ProtectJournalists
Judges in Latin America rule in favour of Freedom of Expression
Photo Personal archive Thanks to the application of international human rights standards Judge Luis Charles decided in favour of freedom of expression and information by overturning a lawsuit requiring three Uruguayan media outlets to grant a right of reply
Over 15.000 Judicial Operators will be trained on Freedom of Expression, Access to Public Information and the Safety of Journalists!
On 20 April 2020 the MOOC on freedom of expression access to public information and the protection of journalists for judicial officers begins
BEAR II project facilitates a workshop to support the planning for national skills competition and also developing career handbook.
Dr Mulembeke is working with the participants in reviewing the career guidance handbook© UNESCO