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Safety of journalists - Guidebook

Auteur : Millennia2025

Source : William Horsley



 Safety of journalists - Guidebook


In September 2012 the UN Human Rights Council, the primary forum for UN member states to consider human rights issues by, adopted the Resolution on the Safety of Journalists [A/HRC/21/L.6]. It acknowledged the particular role played by journalists in matters of public interest, including by raising awareness of human rights, and recognized that the work of journalists often puts them at specific risk of intimidation, harassment and violence.

The Safety of Journalists Resolution called on governments to promote a safe and enabling environment for journalists to perform their work independently and without undue interference, through a wide range of measures, including putting in place voluntary protection measures for journalists, based on local needs. The HRC Resolution acknowledged the specific risks faced by women journalists in the course of their work. 

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