News and press statements
In a statement following the 77th Ordinary Session held from 20 October to 9 November 2023 in Arusha, Tanzania, the ACHPR reminded African nations that Principle 41 of the Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information in Africa states that countries should only engage in targeted surveillance in conformity with international human rights law.
Investigations should be conducted sincerely and without abusing or torturing journalists.
It is important that radio stations provide information that is free from any political biases.
We are a membership-based NGO advocating for Media Freedom, Freedom of Expression and Access to Information.
Threats on journalists are retrogressive and a threat to democracy.
We wish new MCM Chairperson Dr. Jolly Ntaba and team all the best.
The attacks on journalists, in whatever form, instill fear in journalists and promote self-censorship.
The absence of data protection law in Malawi has resulted in compromised privacy.
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