Myanmar: Caught between state censorship and self-censorship: Prosecution and intimidation of media workers in Myanmar
This short briefing explores the current context in which media workers are hampered in their professional activities and presents individual illustrative cases. In its recommendations to the Myanmar authorities and the international community, it underlines the need for the government to respect the right to freedom of expression and to ensure that all journalists are able to carry out their work free from intimidation, harassment and the threat of arrest.
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