Happy World Press Freedom Day.
World Press Freedom Day is a chance for all broadcasters to celebrate the fundamental principles of press freedom. It is also a day of remembrance for those journalists who have lost their lives in practising their profession.
It is important to remember that it was a group of African journalists who produced the landmark ‘Windhoek Declaration’ on media pluralism and independence. This African-led movement in 1991 has helped spread freedom of broadcast journalism throughout the world and is now celebrated on this day every year as UNESCO World Press Freedom Day.
To see the Windhoek Declaration itself, click here.
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