The Backstory: Season 2 of a Media Freedom Podcast from WAN-IFRA

Season 2, Episode 1: Managing safety: What editors can do to keep journalists safe

If journalism protects democracy, then who is protecting journalists? The important role editors and managers play in keeping their reporters safe. In this episode, we hear from editors and safety trainers about starting the safety conversation in newsrooms, to make safety a priority rather than an afterthought. Learn about actual situations that journalists and editors have found themselves facing, and get tips on how to start putting in place safety protocols in your own newsroom.

In this episode:

  • Cilla Benko, Director General, Radio Sweden
  • Luisa Fernanda Isaza, coordinator for the defence and support of journalists, FLIP, Colombia’s press freedom foundation
  • Eliot Stempf, Head of High Risk, Buzzfeednews
  • Elisabet Cantenys, Executive Director, ACOS Alliance

For resources and tips visit WAN-IFRA’s press freedom page. Check back for regular updates and additional resources. Read the accompanying article: Finding the balance – when is reporting from a danger zone worth it?

The Backstory production team is Andrew Heslop, Mariona Sanz, Colette Davidson and Sarah Elzas, who edited and mixed the episode. Music in this episode by Swelling.

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Human Rights Network for Journalists-Uganda (HRNJ-Uganda) is a network of human rights journalists in Uganda working towards enhancing the promotion, protection and respect of human rights through defending and building the capacities of journalists, to effectively exercise their constitutional rights and fundamental freedoms for collective campaigning through the media.

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