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Preparing for Rio: INSI advice on covering the Games

SAFETY ADVISORY BY INSI

Securing your newsroom

Blog BY Hannah Storm

Emotional toll of reporting the refugee crisis surprises news organisations

News BY INSI

Managing a newsroom crisis

Protests, crime, terrorism? Risk Advisory's Pierre-Louis Le Goff tells INSI what journalists heading to the Brazil Olympics need to know to stay safe while still getting the story (Image by AFP). 

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INSI knows that it’s not just in war zones where journalists can find themselves at risk, and it’s not just war correspondents who have to deal with safety issues. 

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The harrowing reports from the frontline of the refugee crisis, beamed on to our TVs and printed by newspapers, have had a strong emotional impact on many people safe at home.

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Is your newsroom prepared to handle a crisis involving a staff member? INSI's crisis management expert Rupert Reid offers some advice for news managers about how to plan for the worst case scenario - if a journalist is killed, injured or kidnapped. 

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UNDER THREAT

The Changing State of Media Safety



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JOURNALISTS UNDER ATTACK

  • Africa
    • Somalia

      Journalist killed in Somalia; a dangerous country for media

    • Guinea

      Guinea's media holds 'press-free day' over shooting of journalist in clashes

    • Mexico

      Two journalists shot dead in Mexico in 24 hours

    • Mexico

      Mexican reporter killed covering protests

    • United States

      North Texas journalist found dead in Garland; police investigating as a homicide

    • Afghanistan

      David Gilkey, NPR Journalist, and Afghan Translator Are Killed in Taliban Ambush

    • Syria

      Journalist Osama Jumaa has been killed in Aleppo

    • Yemen

      Director-General condemns killing of journalist Abdullah Azizan in Yemen

    • Serbia

      Journalist and radio host found dead in his home