World Press Freedom Day 2016

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Infographics

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Impact of the refugee crisis on Public Service Media Values 

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Is artistic freedom a new development challenge? 

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Whistleblowers and Journalists' Source Protection 

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

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The Right to Information - Focus on Gender and Other Benefits  

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

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The New Frontiers in Disinformation 

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Access to Information and SDGs' Indicators - Goal 16 

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Safety of Journalists - Strengthening the Momentum 

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Winner and finalists of the Global design contest of World Press Freedom Day 2016

UNESCO received over 180 creative posters for the global competition which aimed at highlighting the main theme of the year, ‘Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms: This Is Your Right!’. Marc James from Jamaica is the designer behind the winning submission. Among the submissions, over twenty proposals were of such high quality that they have received an honorable mention to publicly recognize their exceptional design and hard work. UNESCO features a selected collection in this online gallery.