The Algerian authorities' insistence on crackdown on media professionals across the country must stop, and journalists should be allowed to freely discuss the general situation, said the Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC).
On Thursday, December 15, the Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) called on the Tunisian authorities to stop its crackdown on foreign accredited journalists and correspondents.
Amid growing fears that new laws in Tunisia will be used to impose more restrictions on rights and freedoms across the country since President Kais Saied came to power in October 2019,
Women Journalists Without Chains demand the disclosure of the fate of the Saudi journalist Turki Al-Jasser.
Women Journalists Without Chains called on the Saudi authorities to reveal the fate of journalist Turki Al-Jasser, and to allow his family and lawyer immediate access to him.
Morocco: WJWC stands in solidarity with journalist Bakour and calls for dropping charges against her
The Moroccan authorities continue to use the judiciary to undermine the work of journalists in the country, said the Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC).
The Egyptian security forces arrested the former editor-in-chief of Al-Midan newspaper, Ahmed Fayez, on Thursday, November 10, for reasons related to his critical writings and views on the regime of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, according to the Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC).
At a time when the regime in Egypt is seeking a better image before the world by hosting global events like the 27th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP 27) from 6-18 November, its authorities have arrested the 61-year-old journalist Manal Ajrama, stated WJWC.
Female and male Journalists in Iran continue to be subjected to a relentless crackdown and defamation by the regime in flagrant violation of its commitment to respect the right to freedom of expression, according to the Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC).
October 30, the Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) stated that the Moroccan authorities have developed new ways as a means to find journalists guilty for exercising their profession in Morocco as part of the latter's crackdown on freedom of opinion and expression.
Friday, the "Women Journalists Without Chains" organization urged the Algerian authorities to refrain from prosecuting journalists and passing politicized sentences against them.
At a time when the Pope's intention to visit Bahrain is announced from November 3 to 6, the situation of human rights and freedom of opinion and expression in this Gulf monarchy goes from bad to worse despite tolerance and religious freedom claimed by the authorities there.
The UAE seemingly uses terms like tolerance and happiness as a cover to hide major violations of freedom of opinion and expression, as it is still holding scores of detainees even after the completion of their sentences for reasons related to their natural right to freedom of opinion and expression.
WJWC calls on UAE authorities to refrain from confiscating public freedoms and repeal recent penal code
The Women Journalists Without Chains has called on the UAE to stop the crackdown on public freedoms, release prisoners of conscience, abolish the new Penal Code, the Cybercrime Law, and all laws that conflict with international standards, and with Article 30 of the UAE Constitution, whereby freedom of opinion and expressing it verbally or in writing or by other means shall be guaranteed within the limits of the law.