MEAA Reports

Latest reports from MEAA


Press Freedom Report 2015

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Going after Whistleblowers, Going after Journalism - the 2015 report into the state of Press Freedom in Australia looks at the most dangerous threats to public interest journalism in peacetime, with the tranches of national security laws enacted by the Australian Parliament. The laws threaten to persecute and prosecute whistleblowers ...
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Ampatuan Massacre Five Years On

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The November 23, 2009 massacre saw 32 journalists murdered in the largest single atrocity committed against the profession. In 2014, a joint IFJ/NUJP/MEAA mission examined why the Philippines' culture of impunity continues to deny justice to victims of the targeted killings of journalists, and why so many suspects in the Ampatuan case are still at large.  ...
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MEAA Annual Report 2014

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Built on integrity and powered by creativity, MEAA is the largest and most established union and industry advocate for Australia’s creative professionals. Building from a proud heritage, MEAA is focused on the future as a thought leader and driver of change. A strong and passionate advocate for its members, MEAA ...
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Press Freedom Report 2014

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Secrecy and Surveillance - the 2014 report into the state of Press Freedom in Australia reveals insidious methods are being used deny journalists access to information, sources are being targeted through court subpoenas, metadata surveillance threatens public interest journalism ...
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Press Freedom Report 2013

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Power, Protection & Principles - the 2013 report into the state of Press Freedom in Australia looks at how powerful people are increasingly using court orders to compel journalists to reveal their confidential sources, sparking an urgent need for uniform national shield laws to protect journalist-source privilege and the obligations ...
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