A delegation from the FCC board led by club president Jodi Schneider met representatives of the police public relations branch at police headquarters on June 2 to discuss the situation for reporters on the ground in the light of new police tactics. To …
The FCC Hong Kong wishes to express its solidarity with journalists in the United States who are facing attacks from both protesters and police while covering the current demonstrations.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has issued a statement denouncing Beijing’s decision to impose “national security” measures on Hong Kong, saying that it will endanger journalists and press freedom in the special administrative region, which is supposed …
The Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) and Hong Kong Press Photographers Association (HKPPA) are “disappointed” with the failure of Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping-keung to pledge to stop using violence against journalists covering the protests.
It is feared that the national security law proposed by China will stifle press freedom and cripple independent media in Hong Kong, the International Press Institute said.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Hong Kong welcomes the meeting on Thursday between local press associations and representatives of the Hong Kong Police Force, and hopes it improves working conditions on the ground for journalists.
The Asian American Journalists Association’s Asia Chapter (AAJA-Asia) released this statement on May 8.