Showing items tagged with 'safety training'
24 January 2018: Mohammed Al-Qadasi is the first journalist who has been killed in the country in 2018 and the IFJ is appealing for international organizations to support its Journalists’ Safety Programme in Yemen.
3 February 2016: The latest report from the IFJ highlights significant trends over time relating to the killing of journalists and media staff.
27 April 2015: The International Federation of Journalists has expressed shock and dismay at the discovery of the bodies of employees of the Libyan broadcaster, Al Barka TV.
10 February 2015: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the Palestinian Journalists Syndicate (PJS) have organised the second trauma training for journalists who have been working on the Gaza Strip.
31 December 2014: The International Federation of Journalists' reports 118 media staff were killed,with Syria and Pakistan the most deadly places to work.
20 August 2014: The union expressed shock at the video purporting to show the beheading of US journalist James Foley, who went missing in Syria in 2012.
18 March 2013: A panel of national and international speakers will present practical workshops on safety for journalists working in conflict zones and in public order situations.
8 March 2013: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has slammed Hamas for imposing a travel ban on a safety trainer.
10 January 2011: The dangers facing journalists in many countries are underlined by the latest IFJ report showing they remain targets for political extremists, gangsters and terrorists across the world.