Repressions against journalists in Belarus, 2021 (chart) Figures of the year. Repression of media and journalists in Belarus in 2021
On January 19, Belarusian writer and journalist Sevyaryn Kvyatkouski was detained.
In response to the sentencing of Belarusian journalist Aliaksandr Ivulin to two years imprisonment on Wednesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists issued the following statement of condemnation:
On January 19, the Savetski District Court of Minsk ruled in a criminal case against well-known journalist and Krumkachy football player Aliaksandr Ivulin.
The place of Byalynichy-based journalist Barys Vyrvich was searched on Friday morning, the human rights centre Viasna
Journalist Andrei Aliaksandrau and his partner campaigner Irina Zlobina have been behind bars since 12 January 2021, when they were detained and imprisoned for claiming their right to freedom of expression. On the anniversary of their detention, on 12 January 2022, ARTICLE 19 and Index on Censorship launched a campaign in solidarity and calling for their immediate and unconditional release.
MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER No.2 (64) 2021. Persecution of journalists. Part I MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER № 3 (65) 2021. Restriction of freedom of media on the wed. Part II
In October-November 2021, the Belarusian Association of Journalists surveyed media representatives: those who remain in Belarus and those who were forced to leave the country. The purpose of the survey was to find out the most burning issues and needs of the Belarusian media sector today.
The case of Alyaksandr Ivulin, a journalist at the sports media outlet Tribuna and a football player of Krumkachy team, is starting to be heard on January 17 in Savetski district court of Minsk, tribuna.com reports. The defendant has been behind bars for about seven months.
FIGURES OF THE YEAR. Repression of media and journalists in Belarus in 2021 In 2021, 113 detentions of journalists were recorded; In 2021, there were 29 cases of journalists serving administrative arrests; In 2021, journalists spent more than 8,733 days behind bars;