World Press Freedom Day 2016

Press Kit

Contacts

International Media

  • Mr Roni Amelan, UNESCO Press Service
    (r.amelan(at)unesco.org, +33 (0) 1 45 68 16 50)
  • Ms Rosario Soraide, UNESCO Youth Newsroom
    (r.soraide(at)unesco.org, +33 (0) 1 45 68 37 10)
  • Ms Mari Lankinen, Content and Communications Specialist Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs
    (mari.lankinen(at)formin.fi, +358 (0) 2 95 35 06 42)

Finnish Media

  • Ms Heidi Mäenpää, Press Officer Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture
    (heidi.maenpaa(at)minedu.fi, +358 (0) 2 95 33 02 30)

 

Documents

Programmes (PDF):

UNESCO Director-General Message: EN - AR - CH - ES - FR - RU

Address by Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of UNESCO/Guillermo Cano Prize
Ceremony:
EN

United Nations Secretary-General Message: EN

Visual Identity World Press Freedom Day 2016: Link (in all UN languages, as well as Finnish and Swedish)

 

Infographics

© UNESCO

Impact of the refugee crisis on Public Service Media Values 

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© UNESCO

Is artistic freedom a new development challenge? 

EnglishSpanish French

© UNESCO

Whistleblowers and Journalists' Source Protection 

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© UNESCO

Countering Hate Speech in the Media through Ethics and Self-Regulation 

English Spanish French

© UNESCO

The Right to Information - Focus on Gender and Other Benefits  

English Spanish French

© UNESCO

Can tweets recruit for terror? Understanding radicalization in the social media sphere 

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© UNESCO

The New Frontiers in Disinformation 

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© UNESCO

Access to Information and SDGs' Indicators - Goal 16 

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© UNESCO

Safety of Journalists - Strengthening the Momentum 

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