The year 2016 is considered the bloodiest year for journalists and media in the history of Afghanistan says Afghan Journalist Safety Committee in a newly released report.
The DJ Safety Fund managed by IMS for the Danish Union of Journalists provides support for journalists victimised as a direct result of their journalistic work. The support is made possible through donations made by members of the Danish Union of Journalists in solidarity with their international colleagues under threat. The Fund is used in cases...
Deterioration of media safety in Afghanistan: with recent killings and threats focus is on keeping journalists alive rather than training them on safety.
A journalist must show that he or she is trustworthy and that he or she can be fair and balanced when covering elections. Read the English language version here
A journalist must show that he or she is trustworthy and that he or she can be fair and balanced when covering elections. Tips and tricks for covering elections in Somalia. Read the Somali language version here
Journalists in Somalia are in full swing producing election-related news as the country prepares to vote for new leaders. However, covering elections also brings about a set of new challenges for Somalia’s media workers.
International Media Support joins nearly 70 organisations from five continents in launching the #KeepitOn campaign to fight internet shutdowns worldwide.
A climate of overwhelming insecurity and impunity prevailed in 2015 with violations against journalists remaining widespread.
In one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists
IMS condemns threats made against Afghan journalists on a Taliban website on Monday.
The Sport for Rights coalition strongly condemns the sentencing of Azerbaijani journalist Khadija Ismayilova
In the aftermath of Tunisia's terrorist attacks, the government and the media are having a hard time balancing democratic values and the need to address security threats
Data suggests the first six months of 2015 were less bloody for Syria's media than those of last year. Even so, the country remains by far the most dangerous in the world for journalists.
As Burundi's political crisis deepens, tensions escalate and violent clashes continue, the country's journalists are coming under massive pressure.