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La liberté des médias, « indispensable pour le développement, la démocratie et la bonne gouvernance », selon Ban Ki-Moon

Posted on samedi 3 mai 2014

Discours prononcé par le secrétaire général des Nations-Unies, Ban Ki-Moon, à New-York, à l’occasion de la Journée mondiale de la liberté de la presse
Document repris par AlterPresse
Chaque année, à l’occasion de la Journée mondiale de la liberté de la presse, nous réaffirmons notre attachement à la liberté fondamentale de recevoir et de communiquer des informations et des idées par le biais des médias, sans considérations de frontières, principe énoncé à l’article 19 de la Déclaration universelle des droits de l’homme.
Et pourtant, aucun jour ne s’écoule sans que ce droit ne soit bafoué.
Les journalistes (...)

Gotson Pierre honored as “information hero”

Posted on Saturday 3 May 2014

News story about Gotson Pierre honored as “information hero”
Published on May 2, 2014 on the WACC website
WACC member and former director Gotson Pierre of Haiti has been designated an “information hero” by the media freedom organization Reporters Without Borders.
For the first time, Reporters Without Borders has published a list of profiles of “100 information heroes” for World Press Freedom Day, May 3. The Paris-based organization said that “through their courageous work or activism, these ‘100 heroes’ help to promote the freedom enshrined in article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human (...)

Securing freedom of expression is focus of World Press Freedom Day 2013

Posted on Friday 3 May 2013

WACC Declaration on May 3, World Press Freedom Day 2013
Published by AlterPresse The theme of World Press Freedom Day 2013 is “Safe to Speak: Securing Freedom of Expression in All Media”. How can WACC members and partners help bring about such a world?
At the beginning of 2013 WACC joined with its partner SIGNIS to give its Human Rights Award 2012 to the documentary film “Forbidden Voices” directed by Barbara Miller. It explores the risky business of blogging in three countries where freedom of expression is severely restricted.
In Cuba, China and Iran, the blogs of Yoani Sánchez, Zeng (...)

Haiti-Media : World Vision deplores the incident March 18th involving reporters of the Ayiti Kale Je platform

Posted on Monday 25 March 2013

Statement by Jean Claude Mukadi
Haiti National Director, World Vision
Transmitted to AlterPresse on March 23, 2013
World Vision deplores the incident March 18th involving reporters of the Ayiti Kale Je platform - of which AlterPresse is a member - that occurred at one of our food distribution sites, in Calumette, a locality in the commune of Savanette.
Our organization has launched an investigation into the matter and, if it is determined that any of our employees acted wrongfully or in an unprofessional manner, appropriate disciplinary actions will be taken. The press will be informed (...)

Haiti-Media : Two journalists attacked by World Vision worker

Posted on Thursday 21 March 2013

P-au-P., March 21 2013 [AlterPresse] – Two Haitian journalists were attacked by a man working for the humanitarian organization World Vision on Monday March 18 in the hamlet of Savanette, located about 160 kilometers west of the capital.
Evens Louis, a multimedia journalist with Accès-Médias, a section of Groupe Médialternatif, and Lafontaine Orvild, journalist and assistant coordinator of Haiti Grassroots Watch, were verbally attacked. The aggressor also hit one of the journalists.
The attack took place while the team was filming one of World Vision’s food distribution activities in (...)

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