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Our Partner Code of Conduct and Ethics

Download the MLDI Partner Code of Conduct and Ethics (PDF)

This Code of Conduct and Ethics (the Code) is applicable to Media Legal Defence Initiative (MLDI)’s partners, including staff and officers of grantees, contractors and consultants and; training and event participants (herein referred to as the Partner). This Code applies equally to all grant recipients, whether recipients of financial or in-kind support.

Our partners are integral to the work...

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Amnesty International

Amnesty International is a non-governmental organisation focused on human rights with over 3 million members and supporters around the world. The objective of the organisation is "to conduct research and generate action to prevent and end grave abuses of human rights, and to demand justice for those whose rights have been violated.

Contact information: 

T +44 207 4135500 - F +44 207 9561157 - Twitter @Amnestyonline

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Article 19

Article 19 provide expertise on international human rights standards and for legislation that protects the right to speak and right to know in countries emerging from conflict, war and genocide or repression.

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T +44 207 3242500 - E

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Committee for Legal Aid to Poor

The Committee for Legal Aid to Poor (CLAP) is an Indian NGO focussed on providing legal services for the poor and advocating for law reform

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Legal Service Institute - CLAP

Bimala Devi Memorial Building, Plot No. 367, Sector-6,
Markat Nagar, Cuttack – 753014, Orissa, India.

Phone: 91-671-2363980/2365680
Fax: 91-671-2363454.

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Committee to Protect Journalists

CPJ's Journalist Assistance program helps journalists through a combination of financial and non-financial assistance. CPJ maintains a small distress fund through which it dispenses emergency grants to journalists. The program also raises funds for journalists from outside sources and collaborates with other freedom of expression organizations.

All applicants are asked to complete...

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T +1 212 4651004, ext. 114, 118 - F +1 212 465 9568 - E

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Doha Centre for Media Freedom

Doha Centre's Emergency Assistance (EA) provides direct support, within its means, to journalists who urgently need help, as a result of their work. The EA team assists professional journalists to find sustainable solutions to continue reporting as quickly as possible, with advice, publicity and/or financial means. Journalists can request assistance for medical aid, legal support or other urgent needs. No funds will be granted for ongoing expenses.

The request forms are available here in...

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Telephone: +974 6652 0553
Fax: +974 4421 3718
Twitter: @DCMF_emergency