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Press Release – Call for release of jailed Pakistani journalist #PressFreedom

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joints its affiliate Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) in urging the Afghanistan government to pardon the Pakistani journalist jailed for crossing the border into Afghanistan without complete documentation. Faizullah Khan, a reporter with ARY… Continue Reading →

#India – Why Salwa Judum was held Unconstitutional by Supreme Court

  Excerpts from NANDINI SUNDAR & ORS. VERSUS STATE OF CHATTISGARH   What is ominous, and forebodes grave danger to the security and unity of this nation, the welfare of all of our people, and the sanctity of our constitutional… Continue Reading →

Maharshtra to respect woman’s right to own her surname #goodnews #Womensday

Sandeep Ashar TNN  Mumbai: The state is seeking to respect a woman’s right to use her own surname, set up a separate censor board for TV and protect women employed in late-night jobs. These are some highlights of the new… Continue Reading →

Has Change.org compromised its values for ad revenue? #Benrattray #Mustshare

by Danish Raza Oct 31, 2012, FIRSTPOST Change.org has changed. And chances are that you might have missed it. The social action platform, which is credited with hosting many online campaigns to bring about change, is facing criticism for replacing its ‘values… Continue Reading →

What Twitter’s New Censorship Policy Means for Human Rights

Twitter dropped quite the shocker last week when it declared its new policy to remove tweets in certain countries to abide by specific national laws. While a tweet will remain visible to the rest of the world, specific messages will… Continue Reading →

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