BY INSI

INSI offers safety advice to all journalists on eve of World Cup

On the eve of the FIFA World Cup, INSI has collated the following safety advice for journalists and news crews working in Brazil. 

This information would ordinarily be reserved for members, but on this occasion we have decided to make it more widely available. 

It is meant to offer guidance for a wide range of scenarios that might impact on the safety and welfare of journalists covering the World Cup, though we realise that not all of these scenarios may occur or apply to you or your colleagues.

Read INSI's LAST MINUTE SECURITY REMINDER FOR JOURNALISTS here. 

 

 

 


Photo: Journalists wait in a line outside the Galeao Air Base as they cover the arrival of England's football national team in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, June 8, 2014. England national soccer team arrived in Rio de Janeiro to continue their preparations for the upcoming Brazil 2014 World Cup, which starts on June 12. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)