The Tully Center for Free Speech

Tully Free Speech Award 2017

Image of Daphne Caruana Galizia, recipient of the 2017 Tully Award for Free Speech

Daphne Caruana Galizia

Maltese Journalist

Galizia was a writer and investigative journalist who dedicated her career to exposing government corruption and organized crime in Malta. For decades, she refused to give up on her reporting despite facing threats, harassment, attacks, and 47 libel lawsuits. She was assassinated in a car bomb in October 2017.

Tuesday, April 3, 5 p.m.
Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium
140 Newhouse 3

If you require assistive services, please contact Audrey Burian at aaburian@syr.edu by Friday, March 27, preferably a week before the event.

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Past Tully Award for Free Speech Recipients

2015

Kathy Gannon

Senior correspondent for The Associated Press

2012

Lamees Dhaif

Independent Bahraini journalist and human rights activist

2011

Umar Cheema

Journalist and investigative reporter

2010

Lydia Cacho

Journalist, feminist and human rights activist