ARTICLE19

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|- |Country: |England and Wales |- |Region: |EUR |-

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|- |valign="top" |Website: | LinkIcon.png   https://www.article19.org/ |-

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Contact
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png@article19europe
People
Thomas Hughes (Executive Director)


ARTICLE19 is an international organization with a mission to protect human rights both in offline and digital spaces for everyday citizens, journalists and human rights defenders. The organization's strategy is five-fold and includes working within the themes civic space, digital, media, protection, and transparency.[1]

References

  1. ARTICLE19 Annual Report Page. Retrieved 05 Apr 2018.