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The Power of Peer Support

  • PEN America
  • Susan E. McGregor, Viktorya Vilk, Jeje Mohamed

Online abuse stifles freedom of expression, undermines equity and inclusion, and threatens livelihoods. In the United States and around the world, it has become a major occupational hazard, affecting everyone from scientists and academics to election officials and journalists.

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Addressing the Collateral Damage of News Avoidance

  • Digital Content Next
  • Chris M. Sutcliffe

The proportion of people avoiding news content is alarmingly high. That has implications for news organizations seeking to grow, engage, and inform audiences. That, in turn, limits the ability of those titles to hold power to account.

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Afghanistan’s Media Crisis

  • JSK Fellows
  • Faisal Karimi

The journalism landscape in Afghanistan has undergone a significant and distressing transformation following the withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan and the return of the Taliban to power in August 2021.

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Journalism, Media and Technology Trends and Predictions 2024

  • Reuters Institute
  • Nic Newman

In 2024, AI’s disruption intensifies globally. As content creation and distribution undergo transformation while more than 40 critical elections are due in 2024 and wars continue to rage in Europe and the Middle East, journalists must reassess their role.

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CPJ Shares Three Takeaways on Work With Exiled Journalists

  • Committee to Protect Journalists
  • Lucy Westcott

Throughout 2022, CPJ provided help 206 times, an increase of 227% over the three-year period. On the occasion of World Refugee Day 2023, the Committee to Protect Journalists shares three lessons learned from CPJ’s work with journalists in exile.

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The Russian Media Landscape: Propaganda and Exile

  • Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung
  • Tamina Kutscher

A comprehensive overview of the Russian media landscape and how it has changed since the start of the Russian war of aggression on the whole of Ukraine – in ten questions and answers.

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Why It’s Never Been Harder to Be a Journalist

  • The Guardian
  • Taisia Bekbulatova, Abhinandan Sekhri, Murat Bayram, Gabriel Arana, Dan Hayes, Analy Nuño and Sasha Pushkina

Blocked, censored, jailed or laid off: Nine journalists from Russia, India, China, Turkey, Ethiopia, Mexico, Belarus, the US, and the UK tell their stories on World Press Freedom Day.

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