A number of journalists and news directors in Afghanistan’s media have been complaining about the increased problems caused by the lack of access to information and saying that the access to information has recently been badly damaged.
The Nai office is concerned about the delay in digital regulation and the digitalization process of the electronic media
The digitalization process of the electronic media has been the subject of many years of media coverage of the country. This process has gone through the ups and downs, but so far no final decision has been taken in this regard by the government.
A recent video on social media shows that a media employee in Afghanistan is in a state of trance. In the video, it is obviously showing the inhumanity behavior with the media staff.
Kabul university J-School’s 10 student monographs’ Development process has been finalized and accomplished.
Mr. Afghan should be released as soon as possible and the case should be investigated through the concerned commission.
Abdul Ali Afghan, a Photographer (Photojournalist) in Kandahar province, was imprisoned on charge of writing contemptuous subjects to the address of prosecutors of Kandahar Province on his Facebook wall.
Access to information is one of the fundamental rights of citizens, which the Afghan constitution has recognized this right for citizens of the country.
The accusation against a media staff shouldn’t be turned into an instrument of pressure by the government on the freedom of expression
On 7th of February 2018, security officials in Kandahar province announced they thwarted explosives that has been allegedly mounted in a reporter microphone in Kandahar province. It was said that these explosives was designed to assassinate General Abdul Raziq, the Kandahar provincial police commander, which was discovered and defused before the attack took…
Ahmad Saeedi, a former diplomat and one of the country’s media analysts, based on his own confirmation, on 27 January 2018, from 7 P.M to 12 P.M, in the same night has spent his night at the national security Directorate.
Cases of violence against media and journalists that existed in war crime and crimes against humanity filed in international criminal court
190 violence cases of Afghani journalists and media that included killings, injuries, abductions, threatened and terror and had happened since 2003 by Taliban, Haqqani network and ISIS filled in ICC by Nai Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan.