Media Freedoms Observatory – Yemen (MFO)
The Media Freedoms Observatory platform in Yemen is an independent professional monitoring and information platform that includes informational maps on violations of the press and freedom of expression in all regions of Yemen, and helps Yemeni journalists to obtain emergency support

Yemeni Journalists Syndicate (YJS)
The Yemeni Journalists Syndicate is a professional syndicate established in 1976 with the aim of defending the rights of Yemeni journalists and freedom of opinion and expression in accordance with its declared goals. Major cities such as Aden, the union, in normal cases, according to its basic system, holds its electoral conference every four years

Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC)
“Women Journalists Without Chains” is a non-profit, civil organization that is active in the fields of defense of human rights and public freedoms, foremost among which is freedom of expression, press and media, and capacity-building and expertise that contribute to creating more diverse journalists, male and female activists, and the ability to work efficiently and impartially in the journalistic and media fields. and human rights, and encourage new experiences in the fields of new media, documentaries, and individual and collective creativity. The organization seeks to build a knowledge society, and to employ mass media, including new media, in the service of comprehensive societal development issues, and to spread the principles and values ​​of integrity and tolerance.

The National Organization for Yemeni Journalists (Sada) (SADA)
The National Organization for Yemeni Media Journalists “Sada” was established in April 2016. The impact of the fierce attack on the Yemeni media led to a severe restriction of media freedoms and media work became a crime worthy of the death penalty. Contributes to the defense and protection of all Yemeni media professionals, raises the level of their professional and technical capabilities, expresses them, and triumphs over their issues, to form a tributary to the efforts of the official local and international union entities and other civil society organizations.

Federation of Arab Journalists (FAJ)
The General Union of Arab Journalists or the Union of Arab Journalists is an Arab professional organization with its permanent headquarters in Cairo. Its membership includes 19 syndicates, and its motto is “Freedom and Responsibility.” Its preparatory committee was established in February 1964 and its meetings were held at the headquarters of the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate in Cairo Headquarters: Cairo, Egypt Date of Establishment: February 1964

ARIJ Network for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ)
It works to consolidate investigative journalism in the Arab media; According to a new developed methodology on the newsrooms. It works to support journalists by funding investigative investigations in the Arab world

Arab Journalism Observatory (AJO)
The Arab Press Observatory (AJO) is an extension of the European Journalism Observatory (EJO) and is supervised by the Media Development Center MDC in Tunis.

NetNews is a global non-profit organization whose mission is to empower local media around the world to give people the news and information they need, the ability to communicate, and a way to make their voices heard. Internews Communities provides the resources to produce local news and information with integrity and independence. With global expertise and access, Internews trains both media professionals and citizen journalists, introduces innovative media solutions, increases coverage of vital issues and helps develop policies for free access to information.

International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)
The International Federation of Journalists is the world’s largest organization of journalists. The federation was first established in 1926, then re-established again in 1946, and stabilized in its current form after its re-establishment for the third time in 1952. Today, the IFJ represents more than 600,000 journalists in 120 countries around the world. The IFJ seeks to act and act internationally to defend press freedom and social justice through strong, free, and independent journalists’ unions.

Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
Reporters Without Borders is a non-governmental organization that seeks freedom of the press, based in Paris. It mainly advocates freedom of the press and freedom of information. The organization has the status of an advisor to the United Nations. Founded by Robert Maynard in 1985, Ronnie Braumann, president of Doctors Without Borders, and journalist Jean-Claude Guelboad, Jean-François Goulard.

International Media Support (IMS)
The International Media Support Foundation is a non-profit organization that works to support international media that suffer from conflicts, insecurity and the stage of political transition

Committee to Protect Journalists (CPI)
The Committee to Protect the Press is a non-governmental, non-profit organization based in New York City that aims to protect press freedom and defend the rights of journalists.

Freedom House (FH)
Freedom House is a non-governmental organization based in the United States of America that supports and conducts research on democracy, political freedom, and human rights. Freedom House was founded in October 1941, and Republican candidate Wendell Wilkie (1941) and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt (1933-1945) became its first honorary presidents. The organization describes itself as “a pure voice for democracy and freedom around the world”.

Article 19 (ARTICLE19)
Article 19 works for a world in which all people everywhere can freely express themselves and participate actively in public life without fear of discrimination. We do this by working on two intertwined freedoms that lay the foundation for all of our work: Freedom of expression concerns the right of everyone to express and disseminate opinions, ideas, and information through any medium, as well as disagreement with and questioning of those in power. Freedom of knowledge relates to the right to request and receive information by those in authority for transparency, good governance and sustainable development. when exposed

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is a Washington-based international network established in 1997 as an arm of the Center for Public Integrity with the goal of “working on issues such as cross-border crime, corruption, and accountability for power.” It includes 165 investigative journalists from more than 65 countries.

International Center for Journalists (ICFJ)
“The International Center for Journalists is a non-profit organization that aims to serve and develop journalists and provide them with courses to develop journalistic performance around the world. The International Center for Journalists is located in the capital of the United States of America, Washington, and promotes the idea of ​​the importance of media independence to improve cultural interaction in societies. Founded in the year 1984

International Journalists’ Network (IJ)
IJNet provides the latest innovations in global journalism, news applications, tools, and training opportunities, as well as advice and guidance for professional and citizen journalists around the world. Produced by the International Center for Journalists, IJNet follows the transformation of the journalistic landscape from a global perspective in seven languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, Farsi, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

Union of British and Irish Journalists (NUJ)
NUJ is the voice of journalists and journalism, an inclusive union representing a broad range of media professionals. The Federation seeks to protect and promote professional media freedom and ethical standards. The union operates throughout the United Kingdom, Ireland and parts of Europe. and members of NUJ and working together to improve living standards and the working environment, the union is represented across the media – as employees, private and independent people in broadcasting, newspapers, magazines, books, PR, photographers and new media

European Federation of Journalists (EFJ)
The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) is the largest organization of journalists in Europe, representing more than 320,000 journalists in 71 journalistic organizations in 43 countries. The EFJ was created in 1994 under the constitution of the International Federation of Journalists to represent the interests of journalists’ unions and associations and their journalists. It has established an independent legal center as a non-profit international association (AISBL, an international association unknown but lucratif) since February 2013 in accordance with Belgian law.


The Rory Peck Trust provides business and financial support to freelance journalists and their families around the world, assisting in times of crisis and helping them to operate safely and professionally.

Radio Netherlands International (RNW)
It works to develop digital media by creating online platforms and supporting the production of journalistic content