The digital world turns journalism into a riskier profession, but it can also make it safer. Digital technology can offer tools to minimize the dangers. How do journalists get along with risks and opportunities?
A study on hate speech in the media of Armenia and Azerbaijan, developed by Yerevan Press Club and Yeni Nesil Journalists’ Union of Azerbaijan, exposes the most common stereotypes and examples of inaccurate information in the media of these two countries
This module is designed to assist applicants in cases relating to freedom of expression and the rights of the media at the regional level, in East Africa. The module describes the processes and procedures for filing and arguing human rights cases before the three regional courts in Africa
Media should cover migration-related issues in a thorough and nuanced way, based on solid facts. While the Rome Charter on the one hand suggests guidelines for Italian journalists when reporting on asylum seekers, refugees, victims and migrants, on the other hand this guide focuses on translating the principles affirmed in the code of conduct into practical guidance for journalists