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Canada: PMA deplores online harassment of journalists

PMA joins CBC/Radio-Canada in voicing support for all journalists who are subject to online harassment because of the work they do.

Afghanistan

G7 must protect and evacuate journalists and media workers in Afghanistan

PMA joins fellow civil society organisations to call on the G7 to protect and evacuate journalists and media workers in Afghanistan

Slovenian government eroding media freedom as it takes over EU Presidency

A coalition of press freedom organisations and journalism groups warn in a new report about increasing efforts deployed by the Slovenian government to undermine critical media.

BBC

PMA condemns the harassment of BBC journalist at anti-lockdown protest in London

It is critical to democracy that journalists are free to do their jobs without fear of attack and intimidation.

NOS

The Netherlands: Concerns for physical safety of NOS journalists

Logos removed from vans and equipment as Dutch public media journalists face increased threats to their physical safety.

protest

Staying Safe: Tools and resources for reporting on protests

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Amid the challenges of reporting protests during a global pandemic, there has been a spike in the number of attacks on journalists and media workers by police and security forces.

reporting

Resource: The Suicide Reporting Toolkit

Journalists have an important role to play in the prevention of suicide through ethical and responsible reporting of this sensitive topic. Browse useful tips and advice via this essential new toolkit.

Orb Media

Opportunity: Collaborative news content for PMA members

PMA has partnered with Orb Media to provide its members with free, high-quality content on sustainability issues worldwide.

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PSM Weekly | 3 – 9 June 2020

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

USA protests

The Public Media Alliance condemns attacks on journalists and media workers during protests in the USA

As Black Lives Matter protests spread across the United States, journalists are facing an unprecedented number of threats, physical attacks and even arrests by authorities for doing their jobs. It is essential that journalists are allowed to cover these events unimpeded.