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The Gambia: imperilled free press seek urgent help from ECOWAS Court

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19 Apr 2016

The ECOWAS court will hold a hearing in Cote d’Ivoire on Tuesday in the case of Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) and others v. The Gambia.

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MLDI asks ECtHR to strengthen protection for intermediaries

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7 Apr 2016

MLDI and eight interveners have urged the European Court of Human Rights to strengthen its protection of intermediaries in Google case.

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Call for Applications: East Africa Freedom of Expression Litigation Surgery

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4 Apr 2016

8 - 11 August 2016, Kampala, Uganda

MLDI is calling for applications from lawyers based in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi to participate in a forthcoming litigation surgery on the right to freedom of expression. Closing date for applications: 16 May 2016

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European Court clarifies intermediary liability standard

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25 Feb 2016

On 2 February 2016, the European Court of Human Rights handed down its judgment on intermediary liability in MTE and Index.hu Zrt v. Hungary.

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The world must not forget the jailed journalists of Ethiopia

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10 Dec 2015

Today, on International Human Rights Day, the Ethiopian journalist Eskinder Nega , who was convicted on trumped up terrorism charges, will have spent more than four years in jail. MLDI's legal directors tell us more about the situation of journalists and the state of FOE in Ethiopia.

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International Delegation calls on Indonesian President to Address Media Freedom Concerns

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13 Nov 2015

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.

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Malaysian Federal Court confirms lifting cartoon ban

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12 Nov 2015

Malaysia's Federal Court yesterday confirmed an earlier decision by the Court of Appeal to lift the ban on two cartoon compilations by the cartoonist Zunar and ordering the Home Ministry to return all copies that had been seized.

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European Court rules in pivotal privacy case

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10 Nov 2015

Today, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights delivered its judgment in a key case balancing the law on privacy and freedom of expression.

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MLDI Publishes 2015 Annual Review

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5 Nov 2015

The past twelve months have seen strong results for the journalists we defended but also a decline in respect for freedoms overall. MLDI's work this year, more than ever, has proven to be crucial in securing journalists' ability to report freely worldwide.

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