Killing the Messenger is INSI’s annual report of journalism casualties from around the world. The statistics are compiled by monitoring press reports of journalists, media workers and citizen journalists killed as a result of their job which are then checked and verified by the Cardiff School of Journalism.
Reporting Safely: a thesis by Dr. Mark Grant8 June 2022 By Mark Grant
Online harassment against journalists: Know Your Rights30 March 2022 By INSI, Thomson Reuters Foundation & UNESCO
“No, they don’t get it.” Covering racial injustice - Dispatches from the newsroom24 November 2020 By INSI
The Emotional Toll on Journalists Covering the Refugee Crisis.4 July 2017 By INSI
A guide to body armour for journalists.1 April 2015 By Safeguard Armour
Violence and Harassment against Women in the News Media: A Global Picture2 September 2014 By INSI, IWMF
No Woman's Land: On the Frontlines with Female Reporters8 May 2012 By INSI
Annual Review 20226 December 2022 By INSI
Annual Review 202130 March 2022 By INSI
Annual Review 20207 December 2020 By INSI
Annual Review 201912 November 2019 By INSI
Annual Review 20182 November 2018 By INSI
Annual Review 20173 November 2017 By INSI
Annual Review 201620 November 2016 By INSI
This INSI advisory covers reporting safely on environmental hazards from wildfires and volcanic eruptions to building fires and chemical spills.
Medical packs are an essential piece of kit for journalists. Emergencies can happen when you least expect them – not just in hostile or challenging environments.
After the recent string of devastating hurricanes and earthquakes, INSI has some advice for journalists covering natural disasters.
Journalists generally have the First Amendment right to film or photograph public spaces and events, including police activity at protests. What else can they, and can't they, do when reporting from a protest?