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Online harassment and abuse against women journalists and major social media platforms - Reports

A briefing by Article 19 within their activity on women harassment: a look at policies and practices of three dominant social media companies and their role in addressing online harassment and abuse against women on their platforms

Northern Ireland: The police investigation into the threats against Patricia Devlin is inadequate - Article

MFRR partners wrote to Police Scotland, Police Service of Northern Ireland and the relevant ministries in Northern Ireland and Scotland to express our concern about the adequacy of ongoing investigations by Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and Police Scotland into threats made against Patricia Devlin

Safety and Independence of Journalism: Media freedom webinar - HTML5 video

IPI: Addressing physical and digital attacks on journalists and media professionals as well as the deteriorating environment for independent journalism

EFJ free training: risk assessment for journalists - Training

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) as part of the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) has developed this course to address individual journalists with the aims to enhance their personal capacities in making aware of operational media associated risks and provide them with practical tools and operational media field experience to mitigate those risks

Combatting Online Harassment and Smear Campaigns - HTML5 video

A panel organised by IPI for its 2020 World congress online

Three years after her assassination, still no justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia - Article

In Malta, the risk of impunity is high and a wide range of international human rights group show concerns and call for justice

A mission to inform. Journalists at risk speak out - Books

This book, dedicated "to Daphne Caruana Galizia and all journalists who have lost their lives in the exercise of their profession", is based on in-depth interviews with 20 journalists from 18 different countries and exemplifies forms of interference with press freedom already identified in the 2017 study, as well as journalists’ perceptions and the strategies they employ to go on with their work

Montenegro: Jovo Martinovic sentenced by the High Court to one year in prison for drug trafficking - Article

MFRR partners and media freedom organisations condemn the verdict and the entire proceedings. Beyond the violation of Martinovic’s human rights, his prosecution and conviction contribute to a chilling effect on media freedom in Montenegro 

International coalition starts Turkey press freedom mission - Article

Representatives of 11 organisations, led by the International Press Institute, will meet key stakeholders in Istanbul and Ankara from 6 to 9 October

Does Montenegro choose the European Union or jailing a top journalist? - Article

On 8 October 2020, the verdict in the retrial of the Montenegrin journalist Jovo Martinović will be pronounced. Ahead of the decision, we, the undersigned organisations, call on the High Court of Montenegro to take full account of the overwhelming evidence of the reporter’s innocence and acquit him