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Call-out: Journalists in Exile

Does your newsroom have any opportunities – funding, training, fellowship, employment, or other – to offer to journalists in exile?

The #NotOK event was held at Canada House.

Front lines and online: New podcast explores the dangers facing journalists today

Episode 4 of PMA’s podcast explores the variety of threats facing journalists, how journalists respond, and whether there are any solutions.

Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.

34 rights groups demand independent investigation into the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh

We demand that the government of Israel and all other states fulfil their responsibility to ensure that crimes against journalists are fully investigated and prosecuted.

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Shireen Abu Aqla: there must be no impunity for perpetrators

It is critical following Shireen Abu Aqla's death that those responsible are held to account, and journalists are guaranteed greater safety.

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Myanmar military’s effort to silence independent media

On World Press Freedom Day, a year on from Myanmar's military coup, former BBC Burmese editor, Tin Htar Swe assesses the state of media.

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#WPFD2022: What we’re watching, reading, and listening to

For World Press Freedom Day 2022, we’ve rounded up videos, reports, and podcasts to help you catch up on relevant issues.

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PSM Unpacked: PMA members discuss digital safety for journalists

Participants from PMA’s global membership discussed the challenge of digital harassment against journalists at an exclusive roundtable forum.

Perugia Declaration for Ukraine

The Public Media Alliance signs declaration calling for increased support of independent media and journalists in Ukraine.

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BBC files UN complaint about online violence towards women journalists

It is the second appeal in two months the BBC World Service has made to the UN regarding fears about the safety journalists face in Iran.

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Russian journalist fined after on-air protest

Russian journalist, Marina Ovsyannikova, was fined after disrupting state broadcaster Channel One by holding a sign saying “No War”.