Media freedom is essential for a healthy democracy, yet it is under threat across the globe as increasingly authoritarian leaders crackdown on media and try to silence them. Check out the new index to see how free the media is in your country.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) presents the 2017 World Press Freedom Index.
As internet freedom and censorship issues continue to worsen across the globe, a university study finds that social media use can help reduce corruption - with Denmark being the best case, and Somalia the worst case. Do you agree?
A new study finds that Facebook and other forms of social media play a crucial role in reducing government corruption.
2017 World Press Freedom Index now out. Media freedom is under threat now more than ever. @RSF_inter #pressfreedom https://t.co/QOZ5MuGNHn
Last month we gave Yameen Rasheed a prize for his social startup. On Sunday he was killed https://t.co/OURFTaNrvh His killers must be found