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How Pakistani Media reports “TERRORISM RELATED CONFLICT”

The terror attacks on 9/11 and the subsequent worldwide crisis led Pakistan into a dangerous situation . The Tribal Areas of Pakistan were singled out as ‘terrorist havens’ and the world view towards Pakistan changed for worse. https://www.pakistanpressfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Terrorism-Related-Conflict-Media-Coverage-Analysis.pdf


PPF, FFF Report of Training Workshop for Radio Professionals in Islamabad

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Pakistan Press Foundation In Collaboration with Foundation For The Future Report of Training Workshop for Radio Professionals On Gender Justice and Violence Against Women 30 Jan to 1st Feb 2012 Islamabad Gender discrimination and violence against women can be minimized by the effective use of media particularly Radio in the remote areas of Pakistan because […]


PAKISTAN PRESS FREEDOM REPORT 2011

Press Freedom in Pakistan Press freedom has never been consistent in Pakistan. Different regimes used legal and constitutional means to control the press from public debate and criticism. In it sixty years of history, Pakistan has been ruled by military more than the civilian. Press in Pakistan usually faces threats, violence, economic pressure, etc. The […]


PPF, FFF Report of Training Workshop for Radio Professionals in Karachi

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Pakistan Press Foundation Foundation For The Future Report of Training Workshop for Radio Professionals On Gender Justice and Democracy 28-30 December, 2011 Karachi Pakistan Press Foundation in collaboration with Foundation for the Future organized a 3-day training workshop on “Gender Justice and Democracy” for Radio professionals, from 28-30 December, 2011at Mehran Hotel Karachi. 20 Radio […]


Report of Workshop with Media professionals & CSOs on “Monitoring of Democratic governance and the Role of Media”

Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) 3-Day Consultative Workshop with Media professionals & CSOs on “Monitoring of Democratic governance and the Role of Media” December 14-16, 2011 at Muzaffarabad Objectives: • To review the role of Media & CSOs in monitoring the democratic governance • To discus Media & CSOs role in promoting democracy • To review […]


Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF)Report On Threats/violence against musicians & attacks on music shops 2000-2011

Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF)Report On Threats/violence against musicians & attacks on music shops 2000-2011 Executive Summary This report is outcome of data collected on the attacks, threats and violence against musicians, CD and Video shops in Pakistan during 2000 to 2011. According to reports 14 persons including a woman were killed by the militants; while […]


Pakistan Press Freedom Report 2009

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Pakistan Press Freedom Report 2007

Attacks on Journalists and Media Organizations during 2006 Introduction Media organizations and journalists in Pakistan were targeted by government authorities, militant groups, intelligence agencies as well as political and religious groups during 2006. Journalists throughout Pakistan were killed, abducted, injured, harassed and intimidated while fulfilling their duties. Most journalists in tribal areas have either been […]


Pakistan Press Freedom Report 2006 and report on media in areas affected by earthquake of October 8, 2005

Introduction 2005 was a difficult year for Pakistani media. Pakistani journalists were subjected to attacks, threats and harassment from institutions of state including law enforcement agencies as well as political, religious, nationalist and militant organizations. The large number of incidents of violence against the print and electronic media and use of other coercive tactics such […]


Concept Paper for Business Policy Roundtable on Business and Economic Journalism in Pakistan

With an average economic growth of 7% per annum during the last four years, Pakistan has become one of the fastest growing economies in Asia. The country’s growing economy is supported by higher levels of investment in industry, agriculture and services sectors. PakistanÂ’s current emphasis on economic liberalization and privatization requires efforts to expand the […]


Pakistan Press Freedom Report May-August 2005

During the period eight Dailies, Weeklies, Fortnightly across Pakistan were raided, sealed and clamped down by state machinery according to data compiled through national newspapers. The four months period witnessed a hard billow to freedom of press on the pretext that the publications were to cause nation-wide anarchy by publishing ‘hate materials’. Two journalists were […]


Pakistan Press Freedom Report January-April 2005

Eleven incidents of attacking and suppressing media and its correspondents have been taken place from January to April 2005 in Pakistan. Two reporters from tribal areas were killed in an attack during this period. Numbers of journalists were injured in these attacks. In this period there were cases of baton charging on journalists, reports of […]


Pakistan Press Freedom Report 2001 by Owais Aslam Ali

The war in Afghanistan once again thrust Pakistan into the role of a frontline state, and the country became the focus of the international media. Many within and outside the country feared the decision by the Pakistan government to become part of the American-led coalition would prove to be divisive, and that fundamental freedoms, including […]


Pakistan Press Freedom Report 2000 by Owais Aslam Ali

Introduction The biggest failure of successive governments concerning press freedom has been the inability to provide security to journalists and media institutions. The killing of four newspaper employees, including one journalist, and injury to many others is proof that the present government of General Pervez Musharraf has fared no better in providing a secure environment […]