Transforming Anger at Journalists' Deaths Into Action

Pinder, Rodney
June 2006
Nieman Reports;Summer2006, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p68
The article focuses on the support of the International News Safety Institute to war correspondents. The Institute is a nonprofit association that is composed of journalists working on behalf of other columnists. As such, the organization requires the economic support of concerned journalists and news groups. The group aims to train columnists that are engaging in conflict journalism. Hence, it states that the conflict journalists need to reexamine their attitudes and approaches to reporting. INSETS: Seeking Support for New Media Safety From the United Nations;International News Safety Institute: The Work It Does.


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