With 85 journalists killed, 2022 saw a grim jump in the number of journalist and media worker casualties. That represents a startling rise: over 50 per cent more journalists died than during the previous year.Read more
Over the past two decades of activity promoting high safety standards in the news media industry, INSI members have effected a sea change.Read more
The Annual General Meeting of the International News Safety Institute (INSI) will take place online on 7 December 2022, at 1pm.Read more
On International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, INSI board member & director general of Swedish Radio Cilla Benko writes that reporters working on the frontlines in Ukraine and around the world should be protected.
INSI is proud to publish Dr Mark Grant’s ground-breaking work into the field of safety and risk management applied to news deployment in conflict zones.Read more
Dr Mark Grant, high risk, safety, and security lead at Sky News, gives his reflections on the first 7 days of the Ukraine conflict.Read more
Gareth Collins, senior manager for digital risk at INSI member Dow Jones, provides ten steps to digitally safer border crossings.Read more
We're now in the middle of the biggest assault on truth and democracy of this century.Read more
Cilla Benkö, CEO and General Director of Swedish Radio & INSI member, welcomes the Swedish Government taking the issue of threats and harassment aimed at journalists seriously.Read more
Mexico tops the list again in INSI's annual report of media casualties,
Killing the Messenger 2021.