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Words for Press Freedom



 


A
Analyse, Argue, Attribute sources

B
Broadcast

C
Check, Comment, Communicate

D
Dare, Debate, Democracy, Demonstrate, Develop, Differ, Dig up, Discern, Disclose, Discover, Discuss, Disseminate, Distinguish Fact from Fiction or Opinion, Diversity, Doubt

E
Editorial, Emphasize, Ethics, Evaluate, Explain, Expose, Express

F
Fair, Find, Freedom, Free Flow, Free Will

G
Legal G
uaranties

H
Hear, How

I
Impart, Incorruptible, Independ
ence, Inform, Interest, Interview, Investigate

J
Justice, Journalism

K
Know, Knowledge

L
Learn, Listen, Look

M
Make public

N
News

O
Objectivity, Openness, Opinion

P
Participate, Pluralism, Popularize, Print, Professionalism, Protect One's Sources, Prudence, Pub
lish

Q
Query, Question, Quote

R
Read, Reflect, Reply, Report, Respect, Reveal, Right to Freedom of Opinion, Expression and Information, Right to Freedom of association, Right to Know

S
Say, See, Seek, Share, Show, Speak Out, State of Law

T
Tolerance, Train, Transparency, Truth

U
Unbiased

V
View

W
Watch, What, When, Where, Who, Witness, Withold Information

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