News BY INSI

Advisory: covering an earthquake

News BY Cilla Benkö

"What is happening in Turkey now is completely unacceptable"

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International News Safety Institute appoints new Chair

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Killing the Messenger 2016

As media teams travel to Italy to cover the earthquake, INSI has some advice on staying safe while reporting on natural disasters.

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INSI board member and Director General of Swedish Radio Cilla Benkö comments on the troubling events in Turkey, including the arrest of journalists, and the shutting down of news agencies, broadcasters and newspapers.

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The International News Safety Institute (INSI) – a charity devoted to protecting the safe working of journalists in dangerous environments – has appointed Sue Inglish as the new Chair of the organisation.

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Afghanistan was the most dangerous country for media workers during the first six months of 2016, according to the International News Safety Institute’s (INSI) biannual report of media casualties, Killing the Messenger

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UNDER THREAT

The Changing State of Media Safety



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JOURNALISTS UNDER ATTACK

  • Africa
    • Libya

      Photojournalist shot dead by Isis while filming Libyan clashes

    • Libya

      Benghazi photo journalist killed by Gwarsha sniper

    • Somalia

      Journalist killed in Somalia; a dangerous country for media

    • Brazil

      Brazilian newspaper owner, fourth journalist killed in country this year, was writing about local corruption

    • Brazil

      Brazil journalist who reported threats murdered

    • Mexico

      Mexico rallies resources after reporter's slaying

    • Iraq

      Director-General condemns killing of journalist Widad Hussein Ali in Iraqi Kurdistan

    • Pakistan

      DawnNews cameraman injured in Quetta blast dies

    • Ukraine

      Car Bomb Murder of Pavel Sheremet Dashes Hopes in Post-Maidan Ukraine

    • Serbia

      Journalist and radio host found dead in his home