Letters

  

CPJ calls on President-elect Marcos to protect press freedom in the Philippines

CPJ writes to President-elect Marcos about the current state of press freedom in the Philippines and requests that he take immediate action to reverse his predecessor’s abusive acts.

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CPJ calls on President Aliyev to protect press freedom, journalist safety in Azerbaijan

CPJ writes to President Ilham Aliyev to concerns about growing threats to press freedom and the safety of journalists in Azerbaijan, and urge him to take immediate steps to reverse this trend.

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CPJ calls on North Carolina authorities to drop charges against 2 journalists

CPJ calls on North Carolina authorities to drop trespassing charges against two Asheville Blade journalists.

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CPJ, rights groups, and publications call for release of Fahad Shah and other Kashmiri journalists

CPJ joins 57 press freedom organizations, human rights organizations, and publications urging the immediate release of Fahad Shah, editor of the online news portal The Kashmir Walla.

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CPJ, rights groups call for release of Nusrat Shahrin Raka, sister of Bangladeshi journalist Kanak Sarwar

CPJ joins 14 press freedom and human rights organizations urging for the release of Nusrat Shahrin Raka, a homemaker and sister of exiled Bangladeshi journalist Kanak Sarwar.

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President Biden and the press: CPJ’s letter to the White House

CPJ addresses a letter to President Joe Biden to share a new report examining his administration’s record on domestic and global press freedom in his inaugural year.

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CPJ, Canadian Association of Journalists call for release of journalists Bracken, Toledano

CPJ and the Canadian Association of Journalists write to express grave concern about the November 19 arrest and ongoing detention of journalists Amber Bracken and Michael Toledano by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

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CPJ sends letter to Bangladesh authorities over harassment of journalist Rozina Islam

CPJ requests Bangladesh authorities drop legal proceedings against Prothom Alo journalist Rozina Islam.

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CPJ sends letter to Turkish authorities calling for press card reform

CPJ urges Turkish authorities to reconsider their approach to press card regulations and establish a constructive dialogue with journalists.

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CPJ calls on Tanzania president to reform press laws

CPJ welcomes the Tanzanian government’s initial steps to improve conditions for the press, and urges authorities to take all necessary steps to ensure a free and safe environment for journalists.

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