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press freedom

WAN-IFRA’s MFC in Zambia hosted a timely reminder for media personnel in response to the current negative perspective among citizens that journalists are not following ethics in their practice.

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2019-11-08 10:10

World’s press continues to demand justice for Saudi journalist murdered in Turkey by operatives sent from the Kingdom and widely believed to be acting under orders of the country’s highest authority.

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2019-10-01 13:24

Journalists are increasingly the target of insults or threats from individuals or groups online, which can have physical impacts and should no longer be seen as separate from the offline world. The goal of the harassment? Censorship. And women bear the brunt of the abuse, which is usually gendered and sexualised.

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2019-09-13 10:45

Young people were practically born with a cell phone in-hand. But being internet savvy doesn’t necessarily translate to knowing the risks online. For the new generation of journalists, having an internet presence can be crucial to getting more work, but journalism schools and newsrooms must do better to ensure that young journalists know about digital threats and online harassment.

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2019-09-13 10:10

How is misinformation affecting media and journalists in Zambia? To discuss this topic and propose potential solutions to restore professionalism, the recently created WAN-IFRA Zambia Media Freedom Committee (MFC) organised the country’s first Editors’ Round Table on the 28th of June.

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2019-08-09 14:11

Botswana Editors Forum (BEF) and Freedom of Expression Committee BW (WAN-IFRA's Botswana Media Freedom Committee) have jointly condemned intimidation and harassment of journalists by security agents.

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2019-07-31 14:10

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2019-07-31 13:23

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2019-07-31 13:13

Covering conflict is often part of the job for journalists, but dealing with the aftermath – one’s own emotional response – can be a challenge. Journalists must practice self-care in order to maintain their mental health while editors can provide resources and support to help them deal with trauma.

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2019-07-16 21:29

Many journalists see and even experience some kind of trauma, whether they're covering a conflict zone, protests or violent crime, and they can experience anxiety, depression or even PTSD. One of the best ways of coping is to talk about the experiences and the feelings they evoke, but few people do - journalists or their editors. Trauma is considered part of the job; but ignoring it only makes it worse. In this episode we look at moral injury, the kind of trauma journalists can experience, and the symptoms they might exhibit. And how to value their mental health as much their as physical safety.

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2019-07-15 21:22

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