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INSI remembers Chris Cramer 1948-2021

INSI news BY Elena Cosentino, INSI director

INSI members rise to the challenges of 2020

INSI news BY Naseem Khan

"No, they don’t get it." Covering racial injustice - Dispatches from the newsroom

INSI news BY Yan Boechat

Catching coronavirus in Nagorno-Karabakh

INSI remembers Chris Cramer, 3 January 1948 – 16 January 2021, its first president and a founding member.

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If, while reflecting over the year gone and next year’s challenges, you leaf through previous INSI annual reports as I just did, you won’t find even one painting a rosy picture of the state of journalists’ safety worldwide.

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As part of INSI's commitment to protect journalists, we spoke to Black and ethnic minority journalists working in British newsrooms about the challenges they face covering racial injustice, while working in a media industry with an entrenched lack of diversity and representation at all levels.

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In October 2020, veteran Brazilian journalist Yan Boechat went to a war zone for the first time since the pandemic. With bombs shaking the streets and adrenaline pumping, masks and hand sanitiser couldn’t have been further from his mind. He tells INSI the story of what happened next.

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Annual Report

2020


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Killing The Messenger

An analysis of news media casualties in 2019


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JOURNALISTS UNDER ATTACK

  • Africa
    • Nigeria

      Nigerian journalist found dead

    • Liberia

      Chris David shot dead in Liberia

    • Cameroon

      Cameroon: Call for Independent Probe Into Journalist's Death

    • Mexico

      Mexican journalist Jaime Castaño shot dead after photographing crime scene

    • Mexico

      Israel Vázquez shot and killed; third Mexican journalist killed in 2 weeks

    • Mexico

      Mexican journalist Arturo Alba shot dead in Ciudad Juárez

    • Afghanistan

      Afghan journalist killed in central Ghazni province

    • Syria

      Syrian journalist Hussein Khattab shot dead while reporting in Aleppo governorate

    • Afghanistan

      Afghan journalist Malala Maiwand shot dead along with her driver

    • Andorra

      Afghan journalist Malala Maiwand shot dead along with her driver

MOST DANGEROUS COUNTRIES

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