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Safety of journalists in Honduras

    Donor(s) Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Strategic Partnership) Partner(s) La Asociación por la Democracia y los Derechos Humanos (ASOPODEHU) Overall objective To support and to defend the enabling environment for Media in Honduras Achieved results Advocacy before the State of Honduras for cases of threatened journalists and legal/financial aid to 4 journalists. Journalistic…

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Three major programmes

Our three major programs are No News is Bad News (our strategic partnership with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs), the Russian-Language News Exchange and our Syria programme.

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A press freedom index for Indonesia

With the support of Free Press Unlimited partner PPMN developed its own press freedom index for Indonesia. It now uses it to identify unacceptable media practices and make local governments aware of the importance of a free, independent press. Indonesia stands at 124th place in the World Press Freedom Index of Reporters Without Borders (RSF).…

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Psychological support for Nicaraguan journalists

Since the eruption of violence in Nicaragua in April 2018, journalists in the country are under enormous pressure. Yet media such as Confidencial still courageously report on the human rights violations in the country. Free Press Unlimited supports Confidencial financially and makes sure there is psychological support for its journalists: how can they continue to…

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Events

Men4Women Our Men4Women initiative hit the mark, to involve men in the media sector in women’s rights and gender equality. It began in 2017 as a march in 3 countries, this year men from 14 countries took action. This growth was also due to the possibility of expressing online support through shout-outs using the hashtag…

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Our goal and our approach

Free Press Unlimited believes that everyone has the right to reliable information. We support media and organisations so they can also perform their work safely and professionally in dangerous circumstances. We stand for the protection of journalists in their search for the truth on all (political, legal, social and economic) fronts. How do we do that and how do we measure the effect of our work?

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Knowledge, quality and continuity

The work of Free Press Unlimited is becoming increasingly dependent on thorough knowledge and research. How can we best achieve our goals, what can we learn from others and from our own projects? Also: on what topics should our policy influencing work focus? Then our Knowledge & Quality team plays a crucial role in our organisation. Also the management, and where possible the limitation, of risks that we run through our work, is crucial to our future resilience.

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Our stakeholders

Our stakeholders are a colourful collection of local media partners, crucial financiers and loyal donors. How do we work with them, whose indispensable support makes our work possible? And let’s not forget: how do we communicate with all those stakeholders?

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Our organisation

Thanks to our choice of Supervisory Board model as our governance form, the directors also form the Executive Team (i.e. Board of Directors). This means they can operate quickly and flexibly. The Supervisory Board makes sure it does so carefully and effectively. The Supervisory Board is responsible for the Free Press Unlimited foundation.

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Our 3 main programmes

Free Press Unlimited is extremely happy with the multi-year support of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Swedish Sida. Thanks to the cooperation with these important donors, we can execute 3 major programmes that will make a difference, also long term, to the lives of millions of people.

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