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Committee to Protect Journalists Sep 8
Replying to @pressfreedom
CPJ condemns an Egyptian court's sentencing of photojournalist and 2016 honoree to five years in prison, and calls on authorities to release him immediately and remove any restriction on his release on appeal.
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Dr. Courtney Radsch, PhD Nov 15
Thank you Meryl Streep for honoring our awardees, sharing your personal experience with sexual assault, and inspiring everyone in the room
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Dr. Courtney Radsch, PhD Oct 6
Our amazing slate of all women International Press Freedom Award recipients and my
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Kathleen Carroll Jun 14
These women show us all what courage is, how to stand up on behalf of journalism and a citizen’s right to know facts. What an honor to salute these amazing winners.
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Rana Jawad 19 Oct 17
"The latest The US Embassy Sweden Daily! In September, we denied - honouree- a visa." Fixed it for you.
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Minky Worden Nov 15
Cameroon, Thailand, Mexico, Yemen: countries where journalists take great risks to tell the truth. CPJ honors brave reporters tonight+celebrates a profession under siege; learn more here:
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Angela Quintal Dec 21
. Happy 2 inform that fellow honoree Abba to be freed
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Afrah Nasser Oct 30
Just completed writing my speech for the Intl' Press Freedom Award ceremony at . It was difficult to summarize the heartbreaking stories of my Yemeni fellow journalists to be told in about 3 min. 💔
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Committee to Protect Journalists Mar 8
On 2018 CPJ highlights some of the women journalists honored with its International Press Freedom Award.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Jun 14
Replying to @Joelcpj
"These journalists put their lives and liberty on the line every day just to do their job. There can be no greater affirmation that journalism matters."
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Committee to Protect Journalists Mar 8
Replying to @scroll_in
2016 honoree Malini Subramaniam began reporting on human rights issues affecting the Adivisi community in India's Chhattisgarh state for , when she became a target of violence and harassment. Click on the tweet below to read more about her.
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Jon Williams Jun 25
Many great things about but it’s record on not one of them. Why it’s so important we’re honoring jailed blogger ‘Mother Mushroom’ .
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Committee to Protect Journalists Aug 20
Replying to @pressfreedom
The history of trade-offs between principles and companies' access to the Chinese market includes: - Chinese journalist Shi Tao (a CPJ winner) spent 10 years in prison thanks in part to 's decision in 2005 to turn over his emails to the authorities.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Dec 21
CPJ welcomes ruling by a Cameroonian military appeal court Thursday that should result in the immediate release of radio journalist and honoree Ahmed Abba
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Marwa Morgan مروة مرجان 19 Oct 17
Afrah Nasser, journalist covering , was denied US visa in Sept. May not attend her award ceremony in NY 11/15
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Joel Simon Dec 22
Exciting news: Ahmed Abba is free!
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Afrah Nasser Nov 15
Thrilled to be at this year's award ceremony at Committe to Protect Journalists today as one of its awardees. In my tonight's speech I pay tribute to all my fellw Yemeni journalists! (Event to b live streamed on fb)
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CPJ Africa Dec 17
Ahmed Abba remains in detention in , unable to receive his International Press Freedom Award () in person. Dec. 21 he will hear verdict on appeal. Nearly 600 people have written postcards in solidarity. Join to demand release -
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Committee to Protect Journalists Mar 8
2014 honoree republished a controversial cartoon of the Prophet Muhammed in the in early 2006, for which she became a target of harassment in . Click on the tweet below to read more about her.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Dec 21
Great news today! - honoree Ahmed Abba to be freed after court reduces sentence on appeal - journalist left Mansoura prison in preparation for his release - journalists and reported released from prison
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