Without wanting to preempt today’s discussions, may I invite you to remember the four Ps on the safety of journalists – Prevention, Protection, Prosecution and Partnerships. This illustrates that we all have a role in promoting the safety of journalists from the media, civil society, the police and judiciary, and our governments.
The resolutions set out principles of the Spaces of Solidarity, which are key for the organisations working on the promotion and defence of expression in Southern Africa and guiding the way forward in pursuit of the set objectives.
Walking in the footprints of a giant – tribute to former RGC member Fernando Gonçalves on leadership transition
Statement by Regional Governing Council Chairperson, Golden Maunganidze
This is a statement by Commissioner Ourveena Geereesha Topsy-Sonoo on the 2022 World Press Freedom Day
This is an article by the MISA Regional Secretariat Director on MISA’s footprints during the World Press Freedom Day commemorations
This is a statement on this year`s commemorations of the World Press Freedom Day
Statement on the Southern Africa Chief Justices’ Forum (SACJF) symposium held in Nairobi, Kenya from the 21st to the 22nd of April 2022.
Statement on the recently reported internet throttling in Zimbabwe.
A statement highlighting the costs associated with media practitioners having to get dual accreditation during the elections period.
The MISA Zimbabwe statement on the International Day for Universal Access to Information 2021.