#JournoSafePK – Standup for Your Right to a Free Media

Sign the Open Letter to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif

Assassination is the worst form of censorship and a free media is driving force of a democratic society. Pakistan on the other hand has been declared as 'the most dangerous country for journalists' by as many as 4 international human right groups in last 5 years. To bring an end to this menace the government will have to take serious measures. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif made solid commitments to address the issue in March 2014. Unfortunately there hasn't been much action. It high time for the PM to walk the talk. We need your support to make it happen.

Campaign Content

Humara Media – World Press Freedom Day Special: Interview with Hamid Mir on the status of press freedom in Pakistan
Senate Sub-Committee recommends the Government and media houses to ensure safety of journalists; expresses commitment to jointly work towards journalists safety legislation
Humara Media: Discussing Hamid Mir Commission Report and its possible impact on journalists safety
National Assembly passes the much resisted Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill 2016
Humara Media Episode 7: The Cross-Section of Media Ethics and Journalists Safety
The Quest for Justice: Analysing Hamid Mir Commission Report
Hamid Mir Commission Report Leaked
Another killer of a journalist in Pakistan gets convicted – a small step but a huge victory for press freedom and impunity in crimes against media.
Tough spell for media in Pakistan continues: media bears the brunt of censorship and religious extremism
Another tough spell for media in Pakistan: the tale of recent attacks on media workers
In the thick of it: Pakistan’s media stands to become a battleground for Islamisation
Targeting of journalists in conflict zones reaches new low
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