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Record number of jailed journalists in 2017 - Reports

According to the 2017 prison census of the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), 262 journalists are behind bars around the world in relation to their job. Turkey remains the world’s worst jailer for the second consecutive year, with 73 journalists imprisoned, followed by China and Egypt

State Sponsored Trolling - Reports

The report published by the Institute for the Future explores how governments are deploying disinformation as part of broader digital harassment campaigns

Journalism and media privilege - Reports

An overview of the most recent rules, case law, and policies across Europe on the privileges given to journalists when exercising their functions

Expression Interrupted - Monitoring tool

Expression Interrupted is a website dedicated to tracking the legal process against journalists and academics in Turkey

Freedom on the Net 2017: Turkey Country Report - Reports

Although Internet freedom in Turkey has been gradually decreasing over the last years, it went through a sharp decline in 2017

Applications for journalism micro-grants in Turkey - Opportunities

Awards from the International Press Institute (IPI) for content analysing impact pressure on press freedom has on other aspects of Turkish society

The Robert L. Long Nieman Fellowship for Turkish journalists - Opportunities

A fellowship to support the work of exceptional Turkish journalists is established at Harvard University. Applications open through December 1, 2017

Safety protocol with 16 points for journalists covering conflict zones - Manuals

A Safety Protocol for journalists covering conflict zones that was issued at the end of a two-day workshop in Diyarbakir (Southeast of Turkey) co-organised by the Journalists Union of Turkey (TGS) in partnership with the European and International Federation of Journalists (EFJ-IFJ)

Perspektivy: Cross-Border Journalism programme - Opportunities

Research funding programme for Russian-speaking journalists and bloggers from Russia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, the Baltics or the Caucasus