CPJ joined human rights and press freedom organizations to call on Georgian President Zurabishvili to release journalist Nika Gvaramia.
CPJ joined more than 30 global organizations and media outlets calling for the release of U.S. journalist Evan Gershkovich from Russian custody.
CPJ and other rights groups call on Bangladesh to cease harassment of journalist Rozina Islam in a public letter.
CPJ and international press freedom and human rights organizations write to the Kyrgyz president to express alarm at the escalating repression of journalists and crackdown on press freedom.
The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on the European External Action Service to pressure Moroccan authorities to release detained journalists and cease surveilling members of the press.
The Committee to Protect Journalists and Reporters Without Borders send a joint letter to Twitter expressing concern over recent developments at the social media company.
CPJ joins an open letter expressing deep concern over—and opposition to—the continued detention of and criminal charges against international award-winning journalist José Rubén Zamora Marroquín.
CPJ joined a coalition of press freedom, civil liberties, and international human rights organizations calling for the United States to drop its charges against Julian Assange.
CPJ and Paradigm Initiative write to Zambian President Hakainde Hichilema to urge him to act on his commitments and ensure Zambia’s press can work freely and without fear of reprisal.
CPJ and partner organizations write to Hong Kong Chief Executive Lee to request his leadership to cease targeted persecution against Jimmy Lai, the 74-year-old founder of Next Digital Limited and the Apple Daily newspaper, release him from jail, and immediately drop all charges against him.