Join us for a discussion of the current state of press and internet freedom in China, how conditions have changed in recent months, and how current trends are impacting U.S. interests, both for the government and the private sector. Click here to register.
Please join us for a discussion with a distinguished panel on the trends causing the global decline in press freedom highlighted in this year's report, The Battle for the Dominant Message. Click here to register.
Please join the Bipartisan Policy Center for a timely panel discussion with Turkish journalists about the state of press freedom in Turkey, and its impact both on Turkey’s democracy and its relationship with the United States. Click here to register.
Freedom House, Razom for Ukraine, and the VOLYA Institute for Contemporary Law and Society invite you to join us for a conversation with a group of human rights activists that are doggedly following and documenting the unfolding press freedom crisis in Crimea. Click here to register.
In the two years after Russia annexed Crimea, human rights and key democratic institutions have suffered dramatically in a crackdown that has affected nearly every facet of Crimean society including the media, civil society organizations, private businesses and religious groups. Accountability for these abuses is almost entirely absent. Join us for a discussion with human rights defenders who have documented the unfolding human rights catastrophe in Crimea. Click here to register.