Research and Editorial Team:
Professor Can Yeginsu, member of the High Level Panel of Legal Experts on Media Freedom
By reference to real life case studies, the report examines in detail the circumstances which make relocation necessary for journalists at risk today, finding that the pathways to safety open to them are too few in number and those that do exist are too slow, burdensome, and difficult to navigate to be capable of providing practical and effective recourse.
The report recommends to members of the Media Freedom Coalition and partner States committed to the protection and promotion of media freedom the introduction of a new emergency visa for journalists at risk and the implementation of a number of essential adjustments to the existing framework for safe relocation. Tags:
Safety of journalists
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