Woman, Life, Freedom : a misunderstood concept ?
Journalist Adnan Hassanpour looks back at Charlie Hebdo’s January cartoons, which allegedly run counter to the “Jina Revolution.”
Urgent. Journalist and old resident of the MDJ Mortaza Behboudi captured in Afghanistan
Reporters Without Borders and 14 French media outlets are calling for his immediate release, as is the House of Journalists.
Exclusive. Does the end of the war in Tigray mean the return of freedom of the press ?
After two years of war between the Ethiopian government and the TPLF, is a return of the press possible in the Tigray region ?
Guinea. The Presse at the Front Against the Military Junta
Journalist, TV host and documentary maker Alhussein Sano talks about the weakening of press freedom in Guinea.
SYRIA. The difficult integration of citizens-journalists in the media industry
Since 2011, Syrians have been combining journalism with activism. A look back at ten years of struggle for press freedom with Manar Rachwani.
IN IRAN, THE “JINA REVOLUTION” TO COMBAT ALL OPPRESSIONS
Iranian Kurdish reporter, Adnan Hassanpour looks at the origins and possible outcomes of the historic protests in Iran.
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Parmi les journalistes exilés, il y a aussi des photographes qui ont parfois été au coeur des conflits.
Meet our CARTOONISTs
Parmi les journalistes exilés, il y a aussi des caricaturistes comme Bilal Daggezen
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Give a donation to the Maison des Journalistes -MDJ-, it is a commitment to respect freedom of the press and expression in France and in the World, and concretely it is:
→ Guarantee the reception and lodging of at least 14 male and female journalists in the premises of the Maison des Journalistes in Paris for an average stay of 10 months.
→ Encourage the social and administrative support of these media professionals during all the steps necessary to apply for political asylum in France.
→ Renvoyé Spécial, le programme of meetings with journalists from the MDJ, witnesses of the oppression occurring in all four corners of the earth, in order to raise awareness, especially the youth, of the importance of the freedom of expression and of democratic values.
→ reinforce the range of cultural, linguistic and professional activities that punctuate the lives of MDJ residents and encourage their integration into French society for a new life (free French classes, discovery of heritage and French institutions, visits by media partners, journalistic workshops, etc.).
→ support the large-scale cultural projects initiated by the MDJ journalists who cultivate freedom of expression in all its forms (Waiting exhibition in partnership with the City Council of the tenth arrondissement of Paris; the exhibition journal D’Ici in collaboration with Magnum Photo agency in 2019).
→ open L’Oeil de la Maison des journalistes, the online journal of the association, which offers current and former residents a space to exercise their freedom to inform.
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