Safety trainings: looking back on 2020 and forward to 2021
In December 2020 the ACOS Alliance Annual Safety Coordination meeting took place. Safety trainings was among the topics that were discussed. During the meeting, the participants both looked back on 2020, and looked forward to 2021, in relation to the provision of safety trainings.
Internal Evaluation Reporters Respond and Legal Defense Fund (2018-2019)
This report presents the findings of the internal evaluation of Reporters Respond […]
Joint stakeholder submission UPR Nepal 2021
Freedom Forum and Free Press Unlimited submitted a joint stakeholder submission to […]
Journalism Without Fear or Favour: Background Paper on Safety Challenges of Journalists in Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia
The regional World Press Freedom Online Conference 2020 was held in Jakarta, […]
Regional session World Press Freedom Day 2020: journalist safety in Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia
On 9 December 2020 the regional World Press Freedom Online Conference 2020 took place in Jakarta, Indonesia. As part of this conference, an online closed session took place, entitled ‘Experience Sharing and Solidarity with Journalists on Safety Issues from Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia’.
Online violence Against Women Journalists: A Global Snapshot of Incidence and Impacts
This report presents a snapshot of the first substantial findings from a […]
COVID-19 News Organisations Safety Protocols: Working with Freelancers
This resource offers a tool for news organisations to adopt safety protocols […]
Balancing Act: Countering Digital Disinformation While Respecting Freedom of Expression
A research report into freedom of expression and addressing disinformation on the […]
New research: online violence against women journalists spilling into the ‘real world’
This post presents the preliminary findings of the ICFJ-UNESCO survey, published in ‘New Research: Alarming Evidence of Online Attacks on Women Journalists Leading to ‘Real World’ Violence’ on the International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women.
States of Control: COVID, Cuts and Impunity: South Asia Press Freedom Report 2019-2020
This 18th annual review of journalism in South Asia traverses the complex […]
2 November: International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists
2 November marked the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists. Key findings of the 2020 Report on the Safety of Journalists and the Danger of Impunity were published, showing that impunity for violent crimes against media professionals still prevails with an impunity rate of 87 percent in 2020.