MLDI is looking for an experienced professional with excellent organisational and interpersonal skills to fill the newly created position of Finance and Office Manager. This is an exciting opportunity to undertake responsibility for a critical role at a dynamic and growing organisation.
In a landmark judgment, the Court of Appeal ruled today that Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 is incompatible with the right to press freedom guaranteed by Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
21 December 2015 — The 2015 International Partnership Mission to Indonesia (IPMI) has released its Observations and Recommendations, including a detailed list of suggested measures to protect freedom of expression in that country.
Today, MLDI has published a training manual on freedom of expression litigation in East Africa.
Today, MLDI has published a training manual on international and comparative media and freedom of expression law.
On 18 August 2013, David Miranda was detained at Heathrow Airport under UK anti-terror legislation. He was carrying journalistic material relating to the Edward Snowden leaks from Berlin to Rio de Janeiro, on behalf of his partner, the investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald.
Jakarta, November 13, 2015— An international delegation of media and freedom of expression organisations, including MLDI, met with the Indonesian government to discuss the state of media in the country.