This is a statement by Commissioner Ourveena Geereesha Topsy-Sonoo on the 2022 World Press Freedom Day
Freedom of expression
This is an article by the MISA Regional Secretariat Director on MISA’s footprints during the World Press Freedom Day commemorations
Statement on Southern African countries ranking in the 2022 World Press Freedom Index
MISA Malawi believes that the internet should be open and free but secure from unnecessary state and non-state actors’ intrusion.
This document is based on country reports for Angola, Botswana, eSwatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Malawi’s Constitution guarantees civil rights and liberties to everyone.
We call upon the Tonse administration to restore the country’s fading glory by upholding freedom of expression.
MISA Malawi’s Way Forward recommendations for defending media freedom, freedom of
expression and access to information to mark World Press Freedom Day 2020.
MISA Malawi’s recommendations for improving media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information to mark World Press Freedom Day 2019.
MISA Malawi has partnered DW Akademie to organise a series of trainings on different thematic areas including elections, public communication and digital journalism.