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International Standards for Freedom of Expression: A Bas...

The rise of violent attacks on journalists and government harassment of reporters underscores the fragility of press freedoms in Latin America. The resurgence of such threats in Latin America, however, confronts a legal environment that has never been more favorable to the freedo...

Estándares internacionales de libertad de expresión: G...

El aumento de ataques violentos contra periodistas y de acoso por parte de actores gubernamentales a reporteros pone de manifiesto la fragilidad de la libertad de prensa en América Latina. Estas amenazas, sin embargo, pueden enfrentarse fortaleciendo el trabajo de jueces y jueza...

Live from the Bully Pulpit: The Abuse of Obligatory Pres...
CIMA Digital Report

In Latin America, several countries' laws permit the president to commandeer all radio and television broadcasts. Initially contemplated for use in rare circumstances such as national emergencies, a few leaders in the region, beginning with Venezuela's Hugo Chávez, have take...

A Slowly Shifting Field: Understanding Donor Priorities ...
CIMA Digital Report

Funding to support independent media remains a small, but vital part of international assistance. But while the share of aid directed at this issue remains steady, there are signs that priorities within this field of international support may be shifting. This report looks at the...