This publication seeks to document to what extent and in what manner safety mechanisms and other coordinated nationally-anchored initiatives have taken hold in seven countries. The cases show that concerted efforts through national coalitions and partnerships or under state-led mechanisms can build a safer climate in which the media can work. The report includes a number of good practices and principles for developing a national safety response.
|2017||Afghanistan, Colombia, Indonesia, Iraq, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines||International Media Support (IMS)||Witchel, E. et al.||report|
|Theory of Change||Keywords||Download/link|
|Intermediate Outcome 1||enabling environment, impunity, journalists, national coalitions, safety||Download/link|