The Windhoek +30 Declaration was adopted on Monday during the World Press Freedom Day conference held in Windhoek under the theme ‘Information as a Public Good’. The Namibia press agency reports that the Windhoek +30 Declaration calls on UNESCO and other intergovernmental organisations to reinforce cooperation with governments and civil society organisations in order to safeguard and enhance guarantees for the full exercise of the right to information and freedom of expression, both online and offline. As an update of the original Windhoek Declaration signed in 1991, it focuses on strengthening media freedom, diversity, and independence as well as media viability, transparency of digital platforms, and media and information literacy.