Freelance journalist Austin Tice was kidnapped in Syria during that country’s civil war in August 2012. Join Washington Post Live on Monday, July 11 at 3:00 p.m. ET when his parents, Debra and Marc Tice, discuss their efforts to secure his freedom, their meeting with President Biden about his case and why they remain “100 percent certain” their son is still alive.
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The Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent nonprofit organization that promotes press freedom worldwide and defends the right of journalists to report the news safely and without fear of reprisal.
The International Women’s Media Foundation is the only global non-profit organization that offers emergency support, safety training, reporting opportunities and funding avenues specifically for female journalists.
The James W. Foley Legacy Foundation supports work in three key areas that were important to Jim's life: American hostage freedom, protection of independent conflict journalists, and education of the public and university students regarding these silent crises.
The One Free Press Coalition uses the collective voices of participating news organizations to spotlight brave journalists whose voices are being silenced or have been silenced by “standing up for journalists under attack for pursuing the truth.”
The World Association of News Publishers is the global organization for news media, founded in 1948 to defend and promote press freedom, editorial independence and business integrity in the service of freedom of expression.
The Post will distribute free bracelets with the hashtag #FreeAustinTice to lawmakers, government officials, members of the media and anyone else who wants to show their support for bringing Tice home.
An intimate short documentary about the growing crisis of Americans held hostage by foreign governments, "Bring Them Home" follows one family's desperate effort to free their loved one from being a geopolitical pawn.