Archivio Tag: impunity

Jan Kuciak. Little hope for an independent investigation, ECPMF reports

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Despite Prime Minister Robert Fico declaring investigation a priority. The slain journalist’s recent reports did involve the names of associates of current top Slovak government officials.

Jan Kuciak. Mistery surrounding the warnings from Italy

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Why did the chief of the Slovakian police deny that warnings had been received from Italian judges concerning the ‘Ndrangheta structures ?

Taranto. Threatened a reporter. Sentenced to 20 months of prison


It is the penalty, without suspension, that Michele Cagnazzo will have to serve due to the aggravated threats to the detriment of the journalist Alessandra Macchitella, collaborator

UNESCO encourages Minniti: he take the first step in Europe


This is the opinion expressed by the newsletter on the implementation of the UN Action Plan on the protection of journalists and against impunity

UNESCO, 930 journalists killed. 90% total impunity


The message sent for the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists (IDEI) on November 2

Giornalisti. UNESCO, 930 uccisi, per il 90% impunità totale


Il messaggio inviato in occasione della Giornata mondiale per mettere fine all’impunità per i crimini contro i giornalisti del 2 novembre

Impunity. Grasso: the greatest threat is loneliness

Pietro Grasso

So the President of the Senate Pietro Grasso has intervened at the Ossigeno and ASR Conference. “The international character of the event reflects the problem’s dimension”

Impunity. Laura Boldrini, protect investigative journalism better


It is also necessary for Italy. To pass the norms that have been in waiting for years for discouraging claims and spurious libel lawsuits

Impunity. This scenario shall not leave anybody indifferent, Italian Prime Minister Gentiloni says


“There is a growing need of a good, free and independent journalism. This is a value that we should keep protecting and defending”

Impunity. Just 1% of threatened journalists gets justice, Ossigeno per l’Informazione reports


This is the percentage of attackers that have been condemned for their threats. This and other findings are presented by Ossigeno that has been collecting data for

Impunity: “We cannot remain indifferent to attacks in Western countries”, Italian Ministry of Justice Orlando says

Il ministro della Giustizia Andrea Orlando © Palazzo Chigi

This is the message that the Ministry of Justice sent to Ossigeno for the Conference “Threatened Journalists, Attackers Unpunished” held on 23 October 2017 at the Italian

Ossigeno proposes “hotspots” on press freedom attacks

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This proposal, which had been announced during the seminar held on October 10th at Ghent University, was subsequently illustrated and discussed during a press conference at the