ARTICLE 19 releases regional legal resources on freedom of expression
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ARTICLE 19 releases regional legal resources on freedom of expression

Want to know if it’s okay to expose environmental hazards in your country, write a scathing critique on a government official, or set up a blog under a pseudonym, but don’t know where to start? Check out ARTICLE 19’s legal analyses to see at a glance the major developments in the law relating to free expression last year in four different regions: the Americas, Middle East and North Africa, Africa and Asia-Pacific.ARTICLE 19’s reports include reviews of new laws, bills, rules and Supreme Court decisions that help – and hinder – free expression. Read more…
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