IFJ White paper on global journalism
Launched on UN human rights day, this white paper covers issues such as global freedom of expression, working conditions, youth and gender equality.
The report also highlights 2658 journalists who have been murdered since 1990, 42 of them in 2020, and 235 journalists who are currently in prison.
Foreword by Younes Mjahed, IFJ President
Editorial by Anthony Bellanger, IFJ General Secretary
- 30 years of the « Killed List » (1990-2020).
"Since 1990, 2658 journalists have been murdered", by Jim Boumelha
- In 2020, 42 journalists have been killed in the world
- At least 235 journalists in the world are in prison
- End Impunity - for a UN Convention to protect journalists
- A Global Platform for Quality Journalism
- IFJ launches new Global Charter of Ethics for Journalists
- Trade unions and youth
- Towards our own digital revolution
- Gender : Covid-19 has increased inequalities in the media
- The crisis facing journalism in the face of Covid-19