The press release is based on the summary of Annual Press Freedom Report 2019 prepared on the basis of media monitoring held throughout the year (May 2018 to April 2019).(नेपाली)
This is a booklet prepared by Freedom Forum that recommends political party of Nepal to act strongly to resolve impunity for crime against journalists.
The report is prepared on the basis of data derived after three months long monitoring of main news contents of major National media outlets for their representation of gender. It also presents annual trend of the women's presence in news byline and as news sources.
This study is a mapping and analysis of existing public sector open data initiatives (ODI) at the central and local levels. It reviews and analyses supply-side initiatives of the government and intermediaries and access to information to women and marginalized groups (WMGs). I
The report encloses freedom of press and expression updates from January to December 2018 which highlighted a total of 98 press freedom violations during this passing year 2018, a sharp rise compared to the previous year, 2017. Only 66 incidents were recorded in 2016.
The report comprises details about the End Impunity for Crime against Journalists program organised on November 2 at Central level and at the provincial level.
Freedom Forum has submitted a review report on Media Management Bill-Province 3 to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Law of Province 3, Provincial Affairs Committee of the Assembly, Assembly Members and other stakeholders. The bill has presumed to protect and promote freedom of opinion and expression, communication and right to information along with regulating the managerial aspect of media outlets. Most of the Provincial Affairs Committee members appreciate this initiation of FF which has backed them a lot while finalizing the bill during assembly discussion. FF has reviewed this bill being based on the international standard of Freedom of Expression, Media Law and the Constitution of Nepal.
This is three-monthly report prepared after monitoring the news content of mainstream provincial dailies through gender perspectives.