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GPU Statement on the Arbitrary Arrest of Journalist Yusef Taylor

Fajara, 7 July, 2022 – The Gambia Press Union (GPU) has received official reports that on the 5th of July 2022, Yusef Taylor, a journalist who is also the Editor-in-Chief…

GPU President to Serve in the IFJ Gender Council

Muscat, Oman June 1, 2022 – The President of the Gambia Press Union (GPU), Muhammed S. Bah, is to serve a three-year term in the Gender Council of the International

GPU Urges Gambia Government to Expedite Media Law Reforms

Every year, 3rd May is observed as a day to remind governments and other stakeholders of the need to respect their commitment to press freedom. It is a day for…

Three Media Houses Express Will to Sign Collective Bargaining Agreement

At least three media houses have expressed their will to commit to the Gambia Press Union’s the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) following a one-day consultation with broadcast media owners. The

Statement by the GPU Vice President, at the Opening of a Three-Day Training on Fact-checking

By Muhammed MS Bah The media plays a crucial role in ensuring that electoral processes are credible, and that elections are held in a free, fair and transparent manner. The

Statement: Goodluck Jonathan Foundation, Media Rights Agenda Commend Gambia’s National Assembly for Passing Access to Information Bill into Law

Friday, July 2, 2021: The Goodluck Jonathan Foundation (GJF) and Media Rights Agenda (MRA) have commended The Gambia’s National Assembly for passing the country’s Access to Information Bill 2021 into

GPU Condemns Physical Assault of Journalist by State House Photographer

By Modou S. Joof The Gambia Press Union (GPU) condemns in the strongest terms the physical assault on a reporter for the online platform, Kerr Fatou, by President Adama

Gambia Press Union Statement on World Press Freedom Day

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Windhoek Declaration, which was developed by African journalists pressing for a free, independent, and pluralistic African press. The Declaration ultimately gave birth

GPU Condemns Verbal Attack on Journalist Pa Nderry Touray

The Gambia Press Union is concerned by comments made by Ousainou Darboe, the leader of the UDP, describing a Star FM talk show host as someone who dislikes his party…

Press Release

Banjul, May 03: Today marks the 27th edition of World Press Freedom Day (WPFD). May 3rd has been set aside by the United Nations to pay tribute to journalism and

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