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#PressForProgress: INSI March update

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VICE News joins INSI

Blog BY Marcelo Moreira

Drug gangs, protests, impunity: the dangers of reporting from Brazil

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Covering the 2018 World Cup

The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day celebrated this month was #pressforprogress, and progress is indeed something that is sorely needed in terms of the safety of women journalists.

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The International News Safety Institute (INSI) is delighted to announce its first new member of 2018 – VICE News.

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The largest country in Latin America and fifth biggest in the world, Brazil is famous for its landscapes, beautiful beaches, culture and parties. But this same country faces huge problems of violence, political and economic instability and is a dangerous environment for journalists.

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INSI recently held a series of meetings for its members on covering the FIFA World Cup. The following information is an extract taken from a members’ advisory on covering the Russia 2018 tournament safely.

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REPORT: The Emotional Toll on Journalists Covering the Refugee Crisis


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KILLING THE MESSENGER

An analysis of news media casualties carried out for the International News Safety Institute by Cardiff School of Journalism


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JOURNALISTS UNDER ATTACK

  • Americas
    • El Salvador

      Salvador police say missing magazine journalist found slain

    • Ecuador

      Ecuador's president confirms journalists killed along border

    • Ecuador

      Ecuador's president confirms journalists killed along border

    • Yemen

      AFP stringer in Yemen killed in shelling

    • Palestine

      Hundreds attend funeral of Palestinian journalist shot in Gaza

    • India

      Black Day for Media: Two Journalists Killed in Bihar, One Crushed by Truck in MP

    • Russia

      Russian reporter Borodin dead after mystery fall

    • Slovakia

      Police suspect Slovak investigative journalist murdered for his work

MOST DANGEROUS COUNTRIES

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