Do you feel that freedom of expression in Jordan has improved this year?
Freedom in the World 2007: Year Marked by Global "Freedom Stagnation," Setbacks for Democracy in Asia
Journalism In Egypt: Caught Between Laws And the Government
Saudi Arabia loosens press shackles, but religion and politics are still perilous topics.
Legal aid unit study focuses on lawsuits against journalists
CDFJ Hands the Parliament’s National Guidance Committee Its Comments, Reservations on the Press and Publications Draft Law
Arabic Press Reacts to Lebanese/Israeli conflict
IFJ Welcomes Partnership With Journalists in the United Arab Emirates
Qassir’s killers still at large after one year
A seminar about legal applications in media cases in Jordan and the United States of America
Thirty members of the Jordanian media prepare a code of professional ethics for media coverage on parliamentary elections
"Investing in the Future" Project Launches 2nd Training Program for Arab Lawyers and Journalists in Amman.
"Training Arab Lawyers Trainers" Workshop Opens
Lower House retains imprisonment clause in Press and Publications draft law