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WJWC: stopping abuses against Iraqi Journalists

Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) expresses its solidarity with the detained journalists Sarteeb Weisi Qashqai and Ibrahim Ali, and wishes them to be safe, and considers their arrest a violation of press freedom and the right of expression guaranteed by the Iraqi constitution that even obligates the authorities to protect this right.

WJWC: stopping abuses against Iraqi Journalists

Women Journalists Without Chains calls for release of Iranian female journalists

In a statement on Iran’s crackdown on press freedoms and journalists, Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) says: “Iran keeps pursuing a policy of repressing and persecuting journalists and human rights activists and workers, and throwing them in prisons and detention centers for long periods and on unspecified charges.” 

Women Journalists Without Chains calls for release of Iranian female journalists

WJWC Call for Dropping False Charges Against a Tunisian Activist

The Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) has commented that the blogger and anti- impunity activist Myriam Bribri has spent two years in the courts just for exercising the right to freedom of opinion and expression guaranteed by both domestic and international laws by exposing the security services' violations against citizens.

WJWC Call for Dropping False Charges Against a Tunisian Activist
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