Attacks 2010

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Brazilian officials tell CPJ they see judicial censorship

February 23, 2011 5:44 PM ET

Government officials in the administration of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff acknowledged that judicial censorship is inhibiting the work of the local press during meetings with CPJ on Thursday and Friday. At the same time, they said that due to...

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CPJ calls on EU leaders to get their house in order

February 17, 2011 4:55 PM ET

The European Policy Centre (EPC), Brussels' leading think tank, hosted CPJ for a policy dialogue marking the launch of our annual survey, Attacks on the Press, on Tuesday. CPJ's visit to Brussels coincided with a heated debate over Hungary's...

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Attacks launch: Judicial censorship strikes a chord in Brazil

February 17, 2011 12:09 PM ET

During the presentation of our annual survey, Attacks on the Press, in Sao Paulo, there was clear concern about the ability of the local media to report on issues of public interest without judicial interference. Journalists for three of...

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At Attacks launch: What if governments are perpetrators?

February 15, 2011 4:50 PM ET

When we launched the new edition of Attacks on the Press at the United Nations today, I was hit with questions about Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Both dealt with what amounts to the same problem: What do you do...

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Nairobi Attacks launch probes investigative reporting

February 15, 2011 3:01 PM ET

At CPJ's book launch of our annual survey of press freedom conditions across the world, Attacks on the Press, today in Nairobi, we focused on the growing theme of challenges to investigative journalism in Africa, with a particular look...

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Attacks on the Press launched at UN

February 15, 2011 1:12 PM ET

At a U.N. press conference today, CPJ Chairman Paul Steiger announces the release of Attacks on the Press. He's joined by CPJ's Joel Simon, Bob Dietz, and Mohamed Abdel Dayem....

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