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MADA: 31 Violations of Media Freedoms during January

MADA- the Palestinian Center for Development and Media freedoms monitored 32 violations against media freedoms, during January 2018, 28 committed by the Israeli occupation, and 3 committed by the Palestinian parties, while in the previous month 89 violations were monitored, 84 were committed by the Israeli occupation which targeted journalists during their coverage of the popular protests that broke out following the US president's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. These numbers shows a decrease in violations but nevertheless, the rate of Israeli attacks has remained at a high rate compared to previous months. Israeli violations: In January, Israeli forces and authorities committed a total of 28 violations, 90% of the total number of violations monitored this month, a rate similar to that of the past few months. The most serious violations monitored this month, where the beating of Reuters photographer in Jerusalem by an Israeli police...

MADA wraps up the third training workshop on

On Wednesday, 18/10/2017, the Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) wrapped up its third training workshop on the protecting of...

Israeli measures to close Al-Jazeera office

Ramallah – 7th August, 2017: The Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) expresses its deep concern about the systematic...

MADA wrapped up the third training course on

Ramallah 6/07/2017 Thursday 6/07/2017, the Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (Mada) wrapped up the third training...

MADA a significant escalation in media freedom violations during 2017

“A total of 530 violations were committed, 71%by Israeli occupation and 29% by Palestinian parties” Ramallah-4-2-2018: The Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) announced its 2017 annual report on media freedoms throughout a press conference organized in its...

MADA center wrapped up the first training in Rafah for Palestinian women journalists for” legal

Participants of the workshop (women journalists working in different media outlets in Rafah) recommended the need to end gender discrimination in media institutions and outlets. They stressed the need to work at the individual, societal and the institutional level to ensure women rights and equality...

Women journalists legal empowerment workshop in Gaza

GAZA- the Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) concluded a training workshop on legal empowerment in Gaza City, with the participation of a number of Palestinian female journalists working in media institutions in Gaza Strip. The two-day training focused on the reality...