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Consultancy opportunity: training modules for litigation surgeries

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16 Nov 2019

MLDI is seeking applications for a consultant to develop legal training material. Deadline to apply is 1st December 2019

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Inter-American Court of Human Rights protects freedom of expression in Venezuelan criminal defamation case

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31 Oct 2019

The Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACtHR) delivered its judgment on the case of Tulio Alvarez v Venezuela. The judgment sets an important precedent on criminal prosecution of reporting in the public interest.

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Award-winning Egyptian photojournalist Shawkan subject to draconian “police observation” probation measures

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28 Oct 2019

MLDI has filed an update to the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention in connection with the ongoing detention of award-winning photojournalist Mahmoud Abou Zeid.

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Consultancy opportunity: e-reader platform

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18 Oct 2019

MLDI is seeking applications for a technical consultant to develop an e-reader platform for our training manuals. The deadline for submissions is 30 October with expected completion date for the e-reader template 20 December 2019.

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Vacancy: Senior Legal Officer

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14 Oct 2019

We're looking for an experienced lawyer to join our team as Senior Legal Officer.

In this exciting role, you will conduct strategic litigation, provide case support to lawyers representing journalists around the world and deliver trainings on media law and strategic litigation. For more information and instructions on how to apply, see the attached JD.

Closing date: 30 October 2019

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European Court of Human Rights finds Hungary’s refusal to allow journalist access to asylum seekers’ centre interfered with press freedom

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9 Oct 2019

The European Court of Human Rights has held that a refusal to grant a journalist access to an asylum seeker reception centre in Hungary violated his right to freedom of expression. In its decision, Szurovecz v Hungary, the court emphasised that newsgathering, including first-hand observation, is an essential part of press freedom. MLDI intervened in the case, along with a coalition of NGOs.

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UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention calls on Vietnam to release detained journalists Nguyen Van Hoa and Le Dinh Luong

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7 Oct 2019

The Working Group’s decisions are welcome confirmation that the detentions are unlawful under international law, however Nguyen Van Hoa and Le Dinh Luong remain in prison in conditions and circumstances that are having a very serious impact on their health.

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Vacancy: Senior Legal Officer

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1 Oct 2019

We're looking for an experienced lawyer to join our team as Senior Legal Officer.

In this exciting role, you will conduct strategic litigation, provide case support to lawyers representing journalists around the world and deliver trainings on media law and strategic litigation. For more information and instructions on how to apply, see the attached JD.

Closing date: 30 October 2019

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EU Court protects global freedom of expression in right to be forgotten case

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25 Sep 2019

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has delivered its much-anticipated ruling in the ‘right to be forgotten’ case, Google v CNIL. The CJEU’s decision – that search engines such as Google are not required to apply the right to be forgotten worldwide – represents an important precedent for protecting freedom of expression and access to information online.

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UN Working Group asked to examine case of unlawful rendition and detention of Vietnamese journalist

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17 Sep 2019

MLDI has filed a complaint to the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention against Thailand and Viet Nam in connection with the unlawful rendition and detention of prominent Vietnamese investigative journalist and blogger Truong Duy Nhat.

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