Selections of the websites related to the safety of journalists. 


ARTICLE 19 is an international human rights organisation which defends and promotes freedom of expression and freedom of information all over the world.


Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ)

The Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent, nonprofit organization founded in 1981 to monitor abuses against the press and promotes press freedom around the world.


International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) promotes international action to defend press freedom and social justice through strong, free and independent trade unions of journalists.


International Media Support (IMS)

IMS supports local media in countries affected by armed conflict, human insecurity and political transition. Today, IMS activities cover three thematic areas of engagement: media and conflict, media and democracy, and media and dialogue.


International News Safety Institute

The International News Safety Institute (INSI) is a coalition of news organisations, journalist support groups and individuals exclusively dedicated to the safety of news media staff working in dangerous environments. INSI's purpose is to create a global safety network of advice and assistance to journalists and other news gatherers who may face danger covering the news on international assignment or in their own countries.


International Press Institute (IPI)

International Press Institute is the global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists, dedicated to freedom of the press and improving the standards and practices of journalism.


Reporters Without Borders

In some countries a journalist can be thrown in prison for years for a single offending word or photo. Jailing or killing a journalist removes a vital witness to events and threatens the right of us all to be informed. Reporters Without Borders has fought for press freedom on a daily basis since it was founded in 1985.


World Association of Newspapers (WAN)

Founded in 1948, the World Association of Newspapers groups 76 national newspaper associations, individual newspaper executives in 102 nations, 10 news agencies, and 10 regional press organisations. It is a non-profit, non-government organisation.


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