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To contact Reporters Without Borders (Non-Profit) on behalf of David Chase Taylor's case for Swiss Asylum, please refer to the following information: 
Name: David Taylor
Zeichen #:
ZH 2 266 202
Email:
davidtaylor.ch@gmail.com
Phone: 0041.076.497.74.26
Address: Bertastrasse 8, 8003 Zürich, Switzerland
Website: www.davidchasetaylor.com  

Contact Reporters Without Borders

Austria
Reporter ohne Grenzen
Address: Alser Straße 22 / 8
A-1090 Wien / Vienna, Austria
Phone: +43 1 58 100 11
Fax: +43 1 48 003 95
Email: info@rog.at
Website: www.rog.at

Belgium
Reporters sans frontières
Reporters zonder grenzen

Address:
Centre international de presse
Résidence Palace
Bloc C - Rue de la Loi, 155
1040 Bruxelles - Belgique
Phone: +32 2 235 22 81
Fax: +32 2 235 22 82
Email: rsf@rsf.be

Canada
Reporters sans frontières

England & North Ireland
Reporters without Borders
Reporters sans Frontières

Phone: 07585700817
Email: heather.blake@rsf.org
Website: en.rsf.org

France
International Secretariat
Reporters sans frontières

Address: 47 rue vivienne
75002 Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 44 83 84 84
Fax: +33 1 45 23 11 51
Website: www.rsf.org
Email: rsf@rsf.org
Africa Desk: afrique@rsf.org
Americas Desk: ameriques@rsf.org
Asia Desk: asie@rsf.org
Europe Desk: europe@rsf.org
Middle-East Desk: moyen-orient@rsf.org
Internet Desk: internet@rsf.org
Press & Communications: presse@rsf.org
Press & Communications: 01 44 83 84 82

Germany
Reporter ohne Grenzen
Address: Brückenstraße 4
10179 Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49 30 202 15 10 - 0
Fax: +49 30 202 15 10 - 29
Email: kontakt@reporter-ohne-grenzen.de
Website: www.reporter-ohne-grenzen.de

Italy
Reporters sans frontières Italia
Address: Presso l’Associazione Stampa Estera Milano
Via Principe Amedeo 5
20121 Milano, Italia

Spain
Reporteros sin fronteras
Address: C/ Maria de Molina
N°50, 2° Planta - 28006
Madrid, Spain
Phone: +34 91 522 4031
Fax: +34 91 522 4031
Email: rsf@rsf-es.org 

Sweden
Reportrar utan Gränser
Address: JMK - Journalisthögskolan
Karlavägen 104
Box 27861, 115 93
Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: 08-618 93 36
Email: reportrarutangranser@rsf.org
Website: www.reportrarutangranser.se

Switzerland
Geneva Reporters sans frontières
Passage de la Radio 2
Address: Case Postale 46, 1211
Genève 8, Switzerland
Phone: +41 22 328 44 88
Fax: +41 22 328 44 89
Email: info@rsf-ch.ch
Website: www.rsf-ch.ch

Zürich Reporters sans frontières
RoG - Koordination Deutsche Schweiz
Name: Bettina Büsser c/o Presseladen
Address: Postfach 294
8042 Zürich, Switzerland
Phone: +41 44 368 40 88
Mobile: +41 78 728 10 94
Email: buesser@rsf-ch.ch

United Nations
United Nations / Geneva
Email: helsack@gmail.com

United States
New York Reporters Without Borders
Name: Tala Dowlatshahi
Mobile: (1) 917-239-0653
Email: rwb_ny@rsf.org

Washington D.C. Reporters Without Borders
Name: Clothilde Le Coz
Address: Southern Railway Building
1500 K Street, NW, Suite 600
Washington DC, 20005
Email: clc@rsf.org
Phone: +1 202 256 56 13

About Reporters Without Borders

Reporters Without Borders (RWB) is a France-based international non-governmental organization that advocates freedom of the press. It was founded in 1985, by Robert Ménard, Rony Brauman and the journalist Jean-Claude Guillebaud. Jean-François Julliard has served as Secretary General since 2008.

Reporters Without Borders:

Defends journalists and media assistants imprisoned or persecuted for doing their job and exposes the mistreatment and torture of them in many countries.

Fights against censorship and laws that undermine press freedom.

Gives financial aid each year to 300 or so journalists or media outlets in difficulty (to pay for lawyers, medical care and equipment) as well to the families of imprisoned journalists.

Works to improve the safety of journalists, especially those reporting in war zones.

Before taking action, Reporters Without Borders researchers, who each handle a region (Africa, the Americas, Asia/Pacific, Europe and the former Soviet bloc, Middle East/ North Africa) or a topic such as the Internet, compile reports of press freedom violations. After checking the information, the researchers and the organisations’ correspondents send protest letters to the authorities to put pressure on governments which do not respect the right to inform and to be informed, and send releases to the media to drum up support for the journalists under attack.

Sometimes gathering information is not enough. A Reporters Without Borders fact-finding mission is then sent to investigate on the spot the working conditions of journalists, as well as cases of imprisoned or murdered journalists, and also to meet with the authorities in the country concerned.

Publicity campaigns conducted with the help of public relations firms aim to inform people and try to give countries which do not respect this basic right a bad name in the eyes of international institutions, the media and governments that have ties with them.

Reporters Without Borders is funded by the sale of its third-annual albums of photographs as well as calendars, by auctions, small and large donations, member dues, public grants and partnerships with private firms.

An International Organisation

Reporters Without Borders is present in all five continents through its national branches (in Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland), its offices in London, New York and Washington, and the more than 140 correspondents it has in other countries. The organisation also works closely with local and regional press freedom groups that are members of the Reporters Without Borders Network, in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Burma, Democratic Congo, Eritrea, Kazakhstan, Honduras, Iraq, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, Romania, Russia, Somalia, the United States, Zimbabwe, Lebanon and Tunisia.

Reporters Without Borders is registered in France as a non-profit organisation and has consultant status at the United Nations.

In 2005, the organisation won the European Parliament’s Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought (Reporters Without Borders, 2012).