Freedom of Expression Issues
Ahead of, during and after the elections, MISA is particularly concerned about the safety and security of journalists and the media, the enactment of claw-back laws, and the need for citizens to access information at all times, both online and offline.
Kampala, 17th/June/2021; Court at Buganda Road has this afternoon granted cash bail to two online journalists, Pidson Kareire and Darious…
This statement was originally published on ipcng.org on 10 September 2021. The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria condemns in strong terms the…
Officers from the Uganda People’s Defense Forces assaulted Enock Matovu, an NTV correspondent in Mityana District on 22nd April 2021….
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HRNJ-Uganda has empowered journalists and media practitioners in areas of safety and security, Human rights, ethics and professionalism, Legal justice system among others.
HRNJ-Uganda on various occasions has gone to police whenever a journalist has been arrested and also handled law suits involving journalists.
The organisation has implemented and worked on different projects from different donors that aim towards promoting press freedom in Uganda
HRNJ-Uganda has worked in the various districts of Uganda