"Unbowed and unafraid" is the motto of Sri Lankan newspaper the Sunday Leader.
Despite having received numerous death threats throughout her career as a journalist in a country with a dismal press freedom record, its editor Federica Jansz appears to live by these words.
Jansz inherited her current position when the Sunday Leader's founding editor Lasantha Wickrematunge, an outspoken critic of the government, was murdered in broad daylight as he drove to work in January 2009. The case remains unsolved.
Yesterday, Jansz was one of dozens of Sri Lankan journalists, activists and opposition members who gathered in the capital, Colombo, to denounce the worsening climate of media suppression and intimidation, including a recent police raid on websites critical of the government, the alleged abduction of a journalist, and threats on Jansz's life by the president's younger brother in connection with the transportation of a puppy.