A team of Columbia researchers is developing new computational tools designed to automatically identify abusive, offensive and harassing speech on social media platforms. Women journalists are asked to contribute to the research
We join PEN International and other 37 civil society organisations in deploring the decision to block Özgürüz, the online radio station headed by Can Dündar, a Turkish journalist living in exile in Germany, whom OBCT interviewed during a festival in Italy. Here the text of the call
This is the third brief of a series made by ARTICLE 19, it examines the scope of State obligations to address online harassment and abuse of women journalists, and to conduct effective investigations into the online harassment and abuse
IPI’s protocol outlines a four-step framework that newsrooms can take to more effectively protect targeted journalists from the professional and emotional impact of online abuse
The report provides a definition of online harassment and identifies ways for journalists to respond
A survey among 1,132 women journalists about sexual harassment in the newsroom and outside confirms that the situation is really tense and women often feel uncomfortable at their own workplace
This report focuses on the legal framework that applies to online harassment and abuse in three jurisdictions, namely Finland, France and Ireland. These three jurisdictions have been selected because they are some of the few jurisdictions that have seen high-profile and successful prosecutions in 2018 of individuals who had been harassing or threatening journalists online
Journalists and other media workers face a range of digital and physical threats that threaten freedom of expression. Based on the findings of a global survey, this report provides an examination into the professional dangers of being a female journalist today.