Assessing the freedom of expression of Syrian refugee media outlets

Assessment of the freedom of expression of seven Syrian media outlets that appeared after the 2011 uprising. The research covers decreasing and conditional funding and NGO distrust, refugee reporting and legality, security and freedom of the press in Turkey. Utilising a case-studies framework, literature review and speaking to seven editors in chief of post-uprising media outlets in Istanbul, the author concludes that ‘Syrian post-uprising media face severe restrictions to their freedom of expression, but survive through a mixture of collaboration, creativity and resourcefulness.

Year Country Organisation Author Type
2018 Syria University of Leicester Assaf, M.J. academic article
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Intermediate Outcome 1, Intermediate Outcome 2 EJSM, media, outlets, refugee, Syria Download/link