Jim Nolan is a Sydney Barrister who has acted pro bono as an adviser to the International Federation of Journalists (Asia Pacific) for many years.
The Fix: A death in Malta
Uncovering the murky business of corruption and graft too often puts journalists’ lives at risk.
Are Indonesia’s “rubber” laws limiting freedom of speech?
Jokowi’s call for “improved supervision” of criminal defamation laws won’t lead the media to stop the presses just yet.