• SHOWING RESULTS FOR: Safety of Journalists

  • What Kenyan media fear ahead of the elections

    As Kenyans prepare to head to the polls on August 9, journalists and press freedom advocates speak of the risks of covering political rallies that could turn violent or even deadly

  • Nobel Peace Prize for journalists is a reminder that press freedom is under threat from strongmen and social media

    Threats to free expression are amplified and weaponised by social media networks that claim the privilege of free speech protection while they allow themselves to be hijacked by slanderers and propagandists

  • Arrests, assaults and threats: the daily ordeal of journalists in West Africa

    Perpetrators of crimes against journalists are not just politicians but citizens and even security personnel who are supposed to provide protection for all

  • How to report on civil unrest safely

    Journalism can be a dangerous job and we are increasingly seeing journalists being attacked both online and on the field. Here are a number of useful tips for covering civil unrest safely

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