Welcome to the 14th issue of the IFJ Focus on Safety, a monthly blog which provides highlights, news and in-depth analysis of safety-related events of concerns to journalists.
The blog is part of the IFJ strategy to promote the safety of journalists and to combat the issue of impunity. Please check out the IFJ International Code of Practice for the Safe Conduct of Journalism at the end of this issue.
We value your feedback and would like to hear about your safety experience in the field as well as any safety-related stories you would like to share with members of the IFJ family, the global journalists’ community.
The issue covers the following safety-related events and activities:
- Tunisia Signs Declaration on Media Freedom in Arab World
- IFJ Supports Safety Training for Journalists in Iraq Risk Zones
- Call to Lift Arbitrary Suspension of Radio and TV Stations in Zambia
- IFJ Urges End to Massive Repression of Media in Burundi
- Fear Grows for Life of Burundian Journalist Missing since July
- Pakistan: Political Party Cadres Attack TV Offices in Karachi
- Former Mayor Guilty in Philippine for Journalist’s Killing
- IFJ Urges Action on 11 Cases of Missing Journalists in Asia Pacific
- The IFJ and Its Affiliate in Peru Commemorate Two Missing Journalists
- Macedonia: Free Zoran Bozinovski
- Kosovo: Government Condemns Bomb Attack on Home of Public Broadcaster Chief
- Armenia: Excessive Police Force against Journalists Covering Demonstrations
- Major Media Crackdown after Failed Coup in Turkey
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