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Coalition for Women in Journalism

The Coalition for Women in Journalism is a support network for women journalists. Shocker: being a woman journalist isn’t easy Women journalists get the story despite...

14 resources for journalists covering protests or riots

Projectiles, broken glass, angry crowds and aggressive policing - reporting on protests and riots can be hazardous at the best of times. During periods of...

Self-Isolation Cyber Security | Spring Cleaning

Bored? Take a few minutes to make your online surfing safer. As most of the world explores self-isolation, people have embarked on spring cleaning projects....

Personal Protective Equipment for Journalists

Quality news reporting from dangerous places has always come with a high human cost.

A journey through the lens | Emily Garthwaite in Iraq

Emily Garthwaite spoke to Words+Images about sharing marginalised voices, how mental health is a factor in determining risk and why perfume is essential kit...

Staying safe in hostile environments

How do you guarantee personal safety in a conflict zone? Simple: don’t go there.

Is freelance media in freefall?

If the news and information content that you’re reading, seeing or listening to has become markedly narrowed, it might not be just Covid-19. Freelancing in...

Jason P. Howe | Conflict photography workshops

A group of experienced conflict photographers, including Jason P. Howe and Eric Bouvet, and military instructors are collaborating to offer a unique training opportunity...

56 Essential resources for high-risk travel

Every journey starts with the first step. And if you’re heading to a high-risk or off-the-beaten-track destination, that first step should always be research. But...

Reporting from Hong Kong | The coronavirus and general travel advice

The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) originated in Wuhan, China but has since spread globally and become a global health emergency. Here's how people in Hong...

2020 Hong Kong travel tips

With protests taking place for the second half of 2019, we now know what to look out for in Hong Kong in 2020.
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