INSI news BY INSI

Killing the Messenger 2020

INSI news BY Richard Tait

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

At least 52 journalists died in 2020 doing their job or because of it, according to INSI's annual Killing the Messenger report. Compared with a pandemic that has killed some two million people in the same period, that figure may look relatively small. It isn't.

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Chris Cramer was honorary president of INSI for almost a decade, from 2003 to 2012. The following is a tribute from Richard Tait, INSI’s former treasurer 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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Annual Report

2020


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Killing The Messenger

An analysis of news media casualties in 2020


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