This is annual press freedom report launched on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day 2023. The report states that in 40 incidents of violations recorded from May 2022 to April 2023, 79 media persons including eight female and four media houses were affected.
The report highlights status of press freedom and freedom of expression in Nepal in the past year 2022.
The report presents updates on press freedom violations, policy watch, impunity for crimes against journalists, current trends and future projections on press freedom and media rights during May 2021 to April 2022.
The UPR report was submitted jointly by Freedom Forum and Netherlands-based organization Free Press Unlimited (FPU) in the thirty-seventh Session of the Working Group on the UPR under the themes FoE, access to information and safety to journalists.
The report highlights status of press freedom violations in Nepal during the year 2020.
Freedom Forum this time has come up with an assessment report on ‘The Impact of COVID-19 in Nepali Media’. It is a result of the FF’s continuous watch on freedom of expression and information, press freedom, journalists’ rights and media industry in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic that began showing its effects in Nepal since the beginning of 2020.
This report presents the finding of month-long monitoring of 21 dailies published from seven provinces for inclusion
of women in their main news.
This report comprises analysis of gender inclusion in media contents published during the month of February, 2020 in major nine national dailies and six online news portals.
Among total 1008 news stories scanned from the main pages of 21 province dailies, 24% showed named byline with 8% names of female and remaining 92% names of male journalists.
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