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Afghanistan, Mexico, US top list of deadliest countries

Journalism classrooms may be dominated by women, but global media are still ruled by men, who occupy the majority of management positions, report more stories and are more frequently presented as expert voices. 

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INSI is delighted to announce that Elena Cosentino is to be our new director.

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The importance of free media for democracy can hardly be exaggerated. Still, we can see a development across the world where the very cornerstones of liberal democracy are being challenged in a way they haven't been for a very long time.

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The number of media workers killed for doing their jobs rose to 73 last year, with countries not traditionally regarded as hostile environments among the most dangerous places for journalists, according to INSI’s 2018 Killing the Messenger report.

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Report

2018 Annual Review


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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

  • Africa
    • Libya

      Photojournalist Mohamed Ben Khalifa killed in Libya

    • Ghana

      Ahmed Hussein-Suale: Ghana journalist shot dead

    • Mexico

      Mexican journalist Santiago Barroso shot dead

    • Mexico

      Attack on journalists in Sonora leaves one dead

    • Mexico

      Mexican journalist was sitting in a restaurant having breakfast when he was shot and killed

    • Afghanistan

      Local TV journalist killed in eastern Afghanistan

    • Afghanistan

      Two Afghan journalists killed as gunmen open fire in radio station

    • Yemen

      Abu Dhabi TV cameraman killed in Yemen market bombing

MOST DANGEROUS COUNTRIES

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