Staying secure—both online and off
The fighting is over in Marawi but there are still lingering questions over how the Philippine military interacts with journalists.Newsrooms and the Philippine military need to agree on guidelines for covering conflicts, including an embed procedure.
Hostile environment training is key for journalists covering conflict. So why do newsrooms ignore it?"They may not even understand what the issue is and how it’s relevant to them."
Harassment, abuse and death: Why India is one of the most dangerous places to report the news.This is what it's like to do the job in India.
How to stay safe when covering disaster or unrestVeteran journalists from Nepal share tips from reporting on the country's devastating 2015 earthquake and Maoist insurgency.
How the brutal rape and murder of a schoolgirl exposed shortcomings in Indonesia’s press.The local and international press seemed content to ignore the tragic case, until activists launched a sustained media campaign.
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