International News Safety Institute


Unprecedented journalist death toll in Israel-Gaza war

According to the CPJ, at least 99 journalists and media workers have been confirmed dead as of April 23, including 92 Palestinian, 4 Israeli, and 3 Lebanese.

INSI announces new chair Fran Unsworth

Fran Unsworth has been appointed as the new chair of the International News Safety Institute (INSI).

Nils Horner was killed while doing his job

Cilla Benkö, Director General of Swedish Radio, Vice President of the EBU and INSI board member, marks the ten years since Swedish Radio foreign correspondent Nils Horner was killed in Kabul.

Death, exhaustion and suspicion: AFP journalists on the horrors of Gaza

Every day since October 7, AFP's team of journalists in Gaza have been risking their lives to cover a war that has shaken the world. They have all had to flee their homes, working without respite in the shadow of death in a territory they are not allowed to leave.

When all else fails. INSI First Aid guide for journalists in a war zone

Understanding the basics of emergency medical care and carrying a trauma kit are the most fundamental needs of journalists in war zones. That all of our colleagues should be properly trained and equipped is at the heart of INSI’s mission.


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