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Petit manuel de sécurité pour les journalistes (Face à la montée des risques en période électorale)
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2018
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Kinshasa
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16 p.
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Pourquoi « Journaliste en Danger » -- Comprendre le contexte -- Les défis des journalistes et des médias -- La Charte de Responsabilité -- Se Protéger par l′Éthique et la Déontologie -- La Sécurité au Quotidien : Ce qu'il faut faire; ce qu'il ne faut pas faire.
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Safe basic training curriculum: safety training for media practitioners and social communicators through the unique lens of physical awareness, digital identity, and psychosocial care
year:
2018
place:
Washington, DC
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75 p.
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Physical safety lessons. Risk assessment -- Situational Awareness -- Planning -- First Aid. Digital Security Lessons. The digital-physical divide -- Social engineering -- Securing passwords -- Keeping our computers healthy -- How the Internet works -- Browser security -- Smartphone security -- Psychosocial lessons. Risk assessment -- Risk identification -- Stress management -- Self care -- Psychosocial well-being/First aid.
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What if ...? Safety handbook for women journalists. Practical advice based on personal experience
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2017
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89 p.
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Prevent – protect – prosecute: acting on UN Human Rights Council resolution 33/2
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2017
place:
London
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38 p.
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"In September 2016, the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) broke new ground with the unanimous adoption of HRC Resolution 33/2 on the safety of journalists. The HRC is the world′s highest human rights body and its resolutions are a strong collective commitment from States to act on priority human rights violations and abuses. On paper, the Resolution is the most ambitious global agenda yet to act on the safety of journalists. However, the reality for journalists facing daily threats and attacks remains dire ... This important UN resolution must be met with action from States if it is going to ensure safety for journalists and end impunity for crimes against them. To break the cycle of violence, HRC Resolution 33/2 commits States to act on three fronts to: prevent, protect, and prosecute ... Is HRC Resolution 33/2 legally binding? No. The HRC is a political body constituted by States (rather than by international judges or independent experts), and its resolutions constitute political commitments. Nevertheless, HRC Resolution 33/2 is a significant commitment by States to take action. It is rooted in their international human rights law obligations, and gives an insight into how States view their legal obligations relating to the safety of journalists." (introduction, p.5-6)
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Roads to influence: a practical toolkit to increase safety for journalists through advocacy in Somalia/Somaliland
year:
2017
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20 p.
ISBN:
9788792209832
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also published in Somali
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"The overall approach to advocacy in this toolkit is generic, but the toolkit focuses on increasing safety for journalists in Somalia/Somaliland. The order of the different steps follows a logical sequence. However, do keep in mind that advocacy is not necessarily a linear process. Advocacy rarely follows the same process twice, and there is always an element of unpredictability. This toolkit will give you an insight into: Main advocacy concepts and an advocacy vocabulary; How to develop a strategy to achieve your advocacy goals; How to analyse policies and political context with a focus on stakeholders; How to develop your approach to the target groups and audiences; and finally how to identify and acquire essential skills needed to prepare a strong advocacy strategy." (introduction)
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title:
Safety guide for journalists: a handbook for reporters in high-risk environments
year:
2015
place:
Paris
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143 p.
collation:
directory p.131-136
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also published in Arabic, French and Spanish
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"The guide is aimed at providing guidelines and practical advice for all those who risk running into an enemy of press freedom on a street corner or on a deserted road. Such a situation can quickly test the difference between a happy-go-lucky journalist who set reporters without borders 6 off unprepared and a reporter who packed the right survival kit of experience and equipment." (p.5)
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10-Conflicts-E 2015
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Ukraine: reporting conflict. A practical guide for journalists
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2015
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18 p.
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"This short booklet aims to provide some pointers and practical advice on how to stay safe while getting closer to the heart of what is going on. It is not an exhaustive guide to reporting conflict but a short introduction to some of the challenges reporters face in a bitterly divided area. Expect to meet some hostility, particularly from civilians caught in the middle of the conflict, and look out for obvious examples of bias, misinformation or blatant propaganda." (p.3)
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title:
OSCE safety of journalists guidebook
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year:
2014
edition:
2nd ed.
place:
Vienna
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pages:
98 p.
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also published in Russian and Ukrainian
contents:
The safety of journalists: an urgent concern for OSCE participating States -- Ending impunity: an imperative for the OSCE -- The safety and security of journalists: the responsibility of OSCE participating States -- Journalists′ safety and the role of civil society and nongovernmental organizations -- Media professional standards and self-regulation -- OSCE principles and commitments as a framework for the safety of journalists -- Other international obligations -- Key issues and recommendations for the safety of journalists -- Annex: The Vilnius recommendations.
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Journalists' security in war zones: lessons from Syria
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2013
place:
Beirut
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pages:
30 p.
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"Stories of journalists entering conflict zones without basic equipment or first aid training are all too familiar; so too are reports of news outlets washing their hands of responsibility regarding commissioned freelancers. This needs to change, and it can, so long as enough voices in the industry back initiatives to implement minimum working standards. This was the objective of a retreat for international journalists who have reported from Syria since conflict broke out in early 2011: to produce a set of minimum professional and safety standards for journalists reporting from conflict zones and their employers, drawing on their experiences and challenges in the field. What follows is an outline of a series of discussions held over the three-day retreat among some 45 journalists, photographers and filmmakers, which led to the production of a minimum standards document. Participants discussed their greatest personal, security and professional challenges faced when reporting from Syria, including experiences with kidnappings, news blackouts, computer encryption, cultural sensitivity and post-traumatic stress disorder. Their recommendations are outlined in the ″Minimum Working Standards for Journalists in Conflict Zones″ (appendix 1) and ″Recommendations to Press Freedom Organisations″ (appendix 2)." (executive summary)
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Journalists′ safety indicators: national level. Based on the UNESCO′s media development indicators
year:
2013
place:
Paris
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34 p.
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