In war-ravaged Somalia, journalism remains one of the riskiest jobs, as media practitioners find themselves caught between armed militants and a security-driven administration.
Barat Batoor is an Afghan photojournalist who faced death threats because of his work. He documented his remarkable attempts to gain refuge in Australia, where he now resides after a harrowing journey to flee death threats in his home country.
Fasil Girma was working as a journalist in Ethiopia when he was subject to surveillance and threats from Ethiopian security forces. He fled to Nairobi where he now resides awaiting resettlement to a third location.
Editor-in-chief and journalist Mike Mukebayi from the DRC has been in jail since August 2014 with hopes for his timely release fading with each day that passes
Alaa Bayoumi is one of the six Al Jazeera journalists who were sentenced to 10 years in absentia by an Egyptian court last year.
In an interview with DCMF, the Minister of Information of Yemen, Nadia Sakkaf sheds light on the current challenges facing the Yemeni media
Balaknama is a unique newspaper which is managed by slum kids and focuses on issues affecting children living on the streets of India
Addressing culturally sensitive topics through cartoons in India has brought attention - some of it unwanted - to Kanika Mishra and her work