Reporters Without Borders

In Brief

1985, Paris


(1985, Paris;

“For freedom of information.” Seeks to monitor and denounce attacks on freedom of information worldwide; to act in cooperation with governments to fight censorship and laws aimed at restricting freedom of information; to morally and financially assist persecuted journalists and their families; and to offer material assistance to war correspondents to enhance their safety. Correspondents in 150 countries. Publications: annual World Press Freedom Index, newsletter, Enemies of the Internet 2014, over 1000 press releases/year, etc. 2010 budget: 4.3 million euros.

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