Reporters Without Borders


Are media, arts and culture really starting to censor themselves? (2)

Reporters Without Borders continues its weekly look at the state of free expression and self-censorship in Denmark by publishing an interview (...)

Published on 5 March 2010 Read


Are media, arts and culture really starting to censor themselves?

Ranked first in the Reporters Without Borders press freedom index, Denmark is known for a deep attachment to free expression and press freedom. (...)

Published on 26 February 2010 Read


Attempt to murder Danish cartoonist “must be punished severely”

Reporters Without Borders is appalled by a Somali Islamist’s attempt yesterday to murder Kurt Westergaard, a Danish cartoonist who drew one of the (...)

Published on 2 January 2010 Read


Afghan controversy: publishing house and newspaper don’t stand to attention

One of the leading Danish dailies, Politiken, published an entire book as a free supplement on 16 September. Called Jæger – i Krig med Eliten (...)

Published on 25 September 2009 Read


Condemnation for plot to kill cartoonist who drew Mohammed

Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns a plot to kill cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, who drew the most controversial of the caricatures of the (...)

Published on 14 February 2008 Read


Three Berlingske Tidende journalists acquitted of state security charges

Reporters Without Borders hailed a Copenhagen court’s decision today to acquit three Berlingske Tidende journalists who were being prosecuted for (...)

Published on 4 December 2006 Read


Court urged not to set bad precedent in trial of three journalists for publishing leaked intelligence

Reporters Without Borders condemned the trial that began today in Copenhagen in which the editor of the Berlingske Tidende daily newspaper, Niels (...)

Published on 13 November 2006 Read


Death threats made against two cartoonists

Reporters Without Borders expressed concern after death threats were made against two cartoonists - whose names are being withheld for security (...)

Published on 17 October 2005 Read

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