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Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma
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LATEST RECOMMENDED READING and UPCOMING EVENTS
photo exhibit in Montreal:
We are no more
" focuses on Syrian refugees
Results of INSI/IWMF
show almost two-thirds of women journalists have experienced abuse and harassment
Rory Peck Trust offers very helpful
for freelancers and risk assessmen
BBC's Stuart Hughes:
"The Rewards Versus Risks For War Zone Rookies"
Is it right to refuse work from freelance journalists in Syria because it's too dangerous?
on CBC Radio's
Rory Peck Trust: updated info on
insurance for freelancers
"Your cellphone is not your friend - and other security tips for conflict zones
's Michelle Shephard on
finding a fixer and how to stay safe
on foreign assignments: from the R. James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship website
CPJ Journalist Security Guide
now available in various formats
on how media covers suicides of public figures
Last updated: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 - 08:46
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