This annual resource spotlights countries where journalists are slain and killers go free.
Including texts from more than 40 contributors, Write Against Impunity is a literary protest against the impunity enjoyed by those who attack and kill writers and journalists in Latin America.
This multimedia project highlights issues of impunity in the 139 cases of assassinations of journalists in Colombia in the last few decades – using Julio Daniel Chaparro’s cubicle as the way in.
CJFE presents a timeline of major events related to the death of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, since her murder on October 7, 2006.
This interactive world map shows bloggers who have been threatened or arrested or killed because of their blog posts.
Website highlighting impunity and crimes against journalists through investigative reports, public advertising, seminars, and conferences.
This 2011 report examines attacks on free expression across Southeast Asia with a focus on impunity in Indonesia.
This website provides updates on the ongoing trial of the Ampatuans and other accused for the murder of at least 57 persons, including 32 journalists. The Ampatuan town massacre is the bloodiest single incident in the history of Philippine media.
ANHRI details the acquittal of 24 former officials who were accused of sending men on camels and horses to break up a protest in Cairo in 2011.
BCHR study examines the culture of impunity in Bahrain.
This report documents the findings of an international delegation, which carried out a fact-finding mission between 20-30 November, 2011, to gain an understanding of the state of free expression and the status of human rights defenders in Bahrain.
Nearly a year after the beginning of the “Arab Spring,” CIHRS draws attention to the continued denial of justice and ongoing impunity for rights violations committed during the uprisings in various Arab states.
“Conflicts in the Media” database offers a broad picture of the changing situation in different parts of the Russian Federation. More specifically, it provides an early warning of the emergence of particular threats, whether directed against the media of a region or against an individual journalist.
This 68-page report documents key cases of unsolved killings of political activists, journalists, opposition politicians, and others by Cambodian security forces since the 1991 Paris Agreements, which were signed by 18 countries, including the five permanent United Nations Security Council members. The Paris Agreements and the subsequent United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission were supposed to usher in a new era of democracy, human rights, and accountability in Cambodia. More than 300 people have been killed in politically motivated attacks since then, yet not one case has resulted in a credible investigation and conviction.
This microsite highlights the issue of impunity with a focus on the Ampatuan massacre.