Journalists are increasingly subject to graphic, potentially traumatic images in their line of work. Here's what reporters and their managers need to know as a result.
Is it ever a photojournalist's responsibility to step in and help their subjects in need? South African photojournalist James Oatway shared his thoughts.
How journalists can use UNESCO's "Terrorism and the Media" handbook to aid their reporting on terrorist attacks.
How freelancers, fixers and reporters everywhere can use Insurance for Journalists, an inexpensive insurance policy designed with journalists in mind.
The Committee to Protect Journalists has launched a new team meant to help journalists operating in some of the world's most dangerous areas, alongside a report describing the risks faced by media workers.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Jorge Luis Sierra created Salama, a free risk assessment app, to help journalists mitigate digital and physical security threats.
Ahead of the 2017 U.S. presidential inauguration, the Committee to Protect Journalists has released a set of safety guidelines for journalists planning to cover the event — an unprecedented move.
After 2016, a year of flux and upheaval in journalism, take a look at some of our predictions for journalism trends in 2017.
For photojournalists working in public areas or high-risk situations, keeping a low profile is especially important. Photographers from AFP, the Associated Press and more share their tips.
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