The individuals into the government that committed violence against journalists should be courted in order to end impunity for crimes against journalists
The government should make it clear either the attack on Mr. Muhammad Hassan Haqyar is related to his media performances or not
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Official Letter opposes freedom of speech An Official Letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is circulated on social media, indicating that the ministry seeks to restrict freedom of speech which is contrary to the country’s current laws.
The esteemed members of Parliament should not consider satire as humiliate to them and don’t threaten media with this pretext In an emergency session of Parliament aimed to discuss suicide attack which took place in a mosque in Nangarhar province, the MPS parliamentarians raised issues that were considered as threat against media.
If the Parliament makes any complaint about media, so it should be taken to judicial procedures. Neither any individual nor any entity in the country has the right to insult or pressurize media under the name of complaint against them.
Advanced Training for Senior Female Journalists and Editors Dates: January 2020 Applications deadline: 31 October 2019 Venue: Kabul, Afghanistan Trainer: An International trainer will facilitate this program in Kabul Learning objectives: The training will be practically focused on creating compelling and balanced public interest stories. The training will include specific modules that address…
The safety and security of journalists should be marked as top priorities Election is made public by the help of media and electoral information reaches the individual citizen’s home through media. Therefore, safety and security of journalists on Election Day should be as top priorities of security forces.