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    • 29 منظمة غير حكومية تقدم رسالة إلى وزير الخارجية المعين حديثا فيليب هاموند، تحثه على تغيير في السياسة تجاه البحرين 18 juli 2014
      29 منظمة غير حكومية تقدم رسالة إلى وزير الخارجية المعين حديثا فيليب هاموند، تحثه على تغيير في السياسة تجاه البحرين 16 يوليو / تموز 2014، لندن – وجهت مجموعة من 29 منظمة غير حكومية رسالة إلى وزير الدولة المعين حديثا للشؤون الخارجية والكومنولث، فيليب هاموند، لحثها على تحوّل في سياسة المملكة المتحدة تجاه الوضع في البحرين. […]
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    • Myanmar: Five journalists sentenced to 10 years in prison. 17 juli 2014
      RAN 12/14   17 July 2014                                                                           Myanmar: Five journalists sentenced to 10 years in prison; 50 others face charges […]
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    • Report from UNESCO IFCD “Strengthening minority language policies and publishing” 16 juli 2014
      Developing the Minority Language Creative Writing Industry in Kenya, Haiti, Serbia and Nigeria: An Inter-Regional Research, Advocacy and Development Programme Roundtable Meeting, London, 29 & 30 May 2014 Carles Torner, the Acting Executive Director of PEN International, with Professor Christopher Lukorito Wanjala from Kenya (left) and Oluwafiropo Ewenla […]
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    • Iran: Journalist and blogger Marzieh Rasouli imprisoned and facing flogging 16 juli 2014
      RAN 11/14 16 July 2014   Journalist and blogger Marzieh Rasouli, was summoned to Evin Prison on 8 July 2014 after being convicted of “spreading propaganda against the system” and “disturbing public order” and sentenced to two years in prison and 50 lashes.  PEN International is calling for her immediate and unconditional release, and that […]
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    • PEN International Writers in Prison Committee Chair’s Notebook #13 14 juli 2014
        WRITERS IN PRISON COMMITTEE CHAIR’S NOTEBOOK JULY 2014 Marian Botsford Fraser   “I would like to express my deepest thanks to all the PEN members who sent me letters and postcards. I received messages from around the world, including countries like Ghana, Mexico, Canada and the UK. Those messages were tremendously important to me; […]
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    • Honduras: Little progress in ending impunity for murder of journalists 10 juli 2014
      9 July 2014 On 9 July 2013, the mutilated and burned body of Globo TV news presenter Anibal Barrow was found, two weeks after he was abducted. One year on, despite a few welcome advances by the authorities, an alarming climate of fear, persecution and impunity prevails for journalists in Honduras. PEN International calls on […]
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    • Turkey: PEN International submit joint report to the United Nations 4 juli 2014
      PEN International, along with our partners ARTICLE 19, the Committee to Protect Journalists, English PEN, Freedom House, and P24 have submitted a joint report to the United Nations on the situation of freedom of expression in Turkey ahead of the country’s human rights review before the United Nations in January 2015. The report for the Universal […]
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    • PEN joins over 100 organisations calling for immediate release of Al Jazeera English journalists 27 juni 2014
      IFEX members and partners call on the President of Egypt, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to take immediate steps to free detained Al Jazeera English journalists and overturn their unjustified sentences 27 June 2014 We, members and partners of IFEX – the global network defending freedom of expression – condemn the recent verdict of the Cairo court […]
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    • Swedish PEN: Birdsong for Dawit Isaak 27 juni 2014
      Swedish PEN have taken part in a project to raise awareness for the Swedish journalist, Dawit Isaak, who has been imprisoned in Eritrea without trial since 2001. The project was initiated by Swedish actor Rafael Edholm, who together with Freedawit.com (incl. organisations such as Swedish PEN, The Swedish Journalists’ Union, The Swedish Writers’ Union etc), p […]
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    • Putin’s Bad Language: New law to come into force in Russia 27 juni 2014
      President Putin’s confident geopolitical swagger seems at odds with Russia’s recent, petty moves to choke the life out of language. The 1 of July 2014 sees a law come into force that bans the use of profanity in theatre, film and other cultural events. Books containing bad language – and it is still unclear as to what […]
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