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Fatou Jagne Senghor
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Alhagie Jobe 2h
: Journalist and activist finally released on bail on Friday after serving almost 2 months under remand custody. He was detained after a Facebook page post in which authorities say was disrespectful to the President of the Republic of Senegal. See First image
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Gianluca Costantini Sep 19
David Kaye, Special Rapporteur; Clinical Professor of Law,, Irvine, School of Law Cross-Border legal threats to press freedom sept. 19, 2019 Portraits for LA Press Freedom Week:
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Gianluca Costantini Sep 19
No fear, no hate, no wall, no ban. Cross-Border legal threats to press freedom sept. 19, 2019 Dale Cohen, Jennifer Mnookin and Lorenzo Soria Portraits for LA Press Freedom Week:
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Sharon Wardle Sep 19
Always a privilege to be present at State Opening of Parliament & State of Nation Address. Like all citizens I wish the well in their endeavours as an independent & democratic legislature
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Guy Berger Sep 18
Facebook just announced an independent appeal council for its content moderation decisions. How to assess? See how self- and co-regulation (& multistakeholder regulation) are explained in this free online course (that draws on UNESCO insights)
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Fatou Jagne Senghor Sep 18
libre, une bonne nouvelle. Maintenant, il faut en finir avec les détentions provisoires et abroger les dispositions fourre-tout qui permettent de mettre en prison des journalistes et critiques au 🇸🇳
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Redhac Sep 18
REDHAC'HEURE⏰, c'est encore notre heure. QUESTION : Quels sont les pays membres du REDHAC ? Citez-les en commentaire.👇
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New Era Newspaper Sep 16
Access to Information Bill signed off
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Sophie Busson Sep 17
reminds at the findings of the international mission of 8 press freedom groups that took place in last week. Findings here :
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fraycollege Sep 17
Starting 4 Oct. 2019 - FREE online course, “Media Freedom and Freedom of Expression in Africa”, inspired by the late , with funding support from , , and . Enrol now:
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Fatou Jagne Senghor Sep 17
CEDEAO apoia presidenciais na Guiné-Bissau com 1,3 milhões de euros via ~
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Fatou Jagne Senghor Sep 17
Côte d'Ivoire: le retour retardé de Laurent Gbagbo ouvre le champ politique via
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Fatou Jagne Senghor Sep 17
Mauritanie: prémices d’un dialogue entre pouvoir et opposition
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Fatou Jagne Senghor Sep 17
'Ghana's Commitment to Terrorism Fight Is Absolute' - President Akufo-Addo via
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Fatou Jagne Senghor Sep 17
Burkina: la police disperse une marche des syndicats contre le terrorisme via
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Fatou Jagne Senghor Sep 17
Victim Calls on President Barrow to Fulfil his Promise via Newspaper
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EiE Nigeria Sep 16
Massive Global Protest | September 18th & 19th 2019 |. Make it a date as we demand the unconditional release of & other prisoners of conscience.
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Lawrence Mute Sep 16
I welcome the President’s assurance that Namibia will enact access to information legislation speedily.
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AFEX Sep 16
Security Agencies: - Refrain from arbitrarily attacking journalists as well using excessive force to disperse peaceful demonstrators - Investigate attacks against journalists and dissidents to a logical conclusion
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Jane Duncan Sep 16
At the South Gauteng High Court in the . case against . Judge just declared mass surveillance unlawful . .
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