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Antonino Condorelli
Press freedom in Uganda is very difficult. Journalists are always threated, beat, and arrested.

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  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
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      20/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
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      20/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
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      20/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
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      20/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
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      20/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand.
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      20/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Judith Nalungwa, she is a Crime and court freelance journalist and she was following the case of a former government minister. The minister threated and beated her at the end of the audience, and asked her to avoid to write about him. Judith were injuried at an hand. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
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      21/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
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      21/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
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      21/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
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      21/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
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      21/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
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      21/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins  while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €.
Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars.
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      21/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda 20,21-5-2017. Press freedom in Uganda is one of the bigest Country problems. It seams that journalists are not free to write and to report expecially about Politics and presidential affairs. Most of them are threated, or beated during their work. Corruption between journalists is also an huge problem. Many journalist are every year threated and abused with violences and arrests. Human right Network for journalists in Uganda reports every year hundreed of accuses. Freelance Journalists every month gain from 500 to 800 thusand Uganda Shellins while employed Journalist gain between 1,2 milions to 2 milions Uganda Shillins, that means between 300 and 500 €. Pictured: Andrew Lwanga pictured in his home in Kampala. He shows a picture when he attended the court for the hearing. He was transported by his brother and a friend. Andrew was arrested in 2015 during a labour protest. He was beated with severe comsequences to his spinal cord. He lost legs control and suffered one surgery in South Africa. He was able to collect the money for the Surgery with the help of Amnesty, Soleterre onlus and the help of Human Rights network for journalists Uganda. Andrew was indemnified with a remboursement of 800 dollars. Photo by Antonino Condorelli

 

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