This 18th annual review of journalism in South Asia traverses the complex experience of this region’s media – already confronted with religious extremism, authoritarian governments, digital disruption and communication controls. It documents the challenges as well as some of the triumphs. It monitors the attacks, detentions and killings and the ongoing battle against impunity where journalists continue to campaign for justice.
|2020||Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka||International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)||International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)||report|
|Theory of Change||Keywords||Download/link|
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