Showing items tagged with 'afghanistan'
24 February 2020: The Wikileaks founder starts court proceedings which could have dire consequences for investigative journalism.
31 December 2019: The International Federation of Journalists has recorded 49 killings of journalists and media professionals, a significant drop from 95 posted last year.
7 February 2019: In the Shadow of Violence: journalists and media killed in 2018, details cases of 95 journalists and media professionals who lost their lives in targeted killings, bomb attacks or crossfire incidents
2 January 2019: The International Federation of Journalists’annual list shows a reverse in the downward trend of killings of journalists and media staff in the past three years and a growing crisis in journalists’safety across the globe.
22 August 2018: Branch business and Safiullah Tazib on how we can support journalists facing violence worldwide.
1 May 2018: The reigning impunity for crimes against journalists and the government’s lack of action are key causes of increased violence against the media in Afghanistan
20 April 2018: IFJ general secretary Anthony Bellanger says his organisation’s convention for the safety of journalists seeks to end impunity of those who kill media workers.
31 October 2017: In 2017 the annual global campaign efforts will focus on Mexico, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, and Ukraine.
17 May 2017: Local union and international federation condemn the deadly attack on the public broadcaster in Jalalabad city.
31 December 2014: The International Federation of Journalists' reports 118 media staff were killed,with Syria and Pakistan the most deadly places to work.