Iranian political scientist Sadegh Zibakalam faces prison for remarks made in a DW interview.
On World Press Freedom Day, DW's Director General Peter Limbourg pledges to defend press freedom.
Monday's double suicide bombing in Kabul was a calculated attack on press freedom.
It is more than just a change of ownership. It is about the loss of press diversity in Turkey, says Rainer Hermann.
Turkey 'violated the rights to liberty and freedom of expression' of two journalists detained for alleged terror ties.
Strengthening Deutsche Welle's support of freedom of speech, freedom of expression and media freedom worldwide.
Please help us draw attention to the fates of activists around the world and tell us your stories.
DW is working to raise awareness of the detention and intimidation of journalists, activists and bloggers.
We work with many impressive people. On World Press Freedom Day, we invited some of them to tell their stories.
The blog "Multicoolty" by two IMS graduates takes a look at Germany as a multicultural society.
Explore the world of media freedom indices: Browse our interactive map and take the quiz!
The media in the Middle East can no longer hold the region's leaders accountable.
Internet technologies must encourage free speech and not be used as tools to surveil and harass those who speak up.
Giving White House journalists a Freedom of Speech award was impressive says Turkish Commentator Sedat Ergin.
Was the arrest of a woman in Uganda was after she criticized the president and his minister wife based on her gender?
A new book by Birgitte C. Huitfeldt gives a look behind the veil of what it means to be a woman in the Muslim world.
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