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Monday, 12 February 2018
Radio silence in exile? Not for these Burundian journalistsFreelancer news

Radio silence in exile? Not for these Burundian journalists

“When I found out that I was wanted by the Burundian ruling party’s militia, I felt as if the sky was falling on my head…”

Wednesday, 07 February 2018
Why I'm supporting my freelance colleagues Our Fundraisers

Why I'm supporting my freelance colleagues

On Sunday 18 March, New York Times Deputy Europe Business Editor, Prashant Rao, will run the Hampton Court Palace half marathon to raise £5k for freelance journalists. 

25 Jan 2018
Bringing together freelance journalists across Central America’s bordersFreelancer news

Bringing together freelance journalists...

Imagine, for a moment, being a local journalist working in isolation on a significant investigation. Imagine now that your local police force starts threatening you to discard your findings - or else. 

22 Jan 2018
Applications now open: freelance safety surgeries in March 2018Freelancer news

Applications now open: freelance safety...

​Following the success of our safety surgeries in July 2017, Rory Peck Trust, Frontline Freelance Register and leading security experts will again be facilitating one-to-one safety consultations free of charge....

18 Jan 2018
Refresh your freelance toolbox for 2018Freelancer news

Refresh your freelance toolbox for 2018

Safety should be top-priority for freelance journalists – and what better opportunity to reassess the risks you may face than at the start of a new year?

21 Dec 2017
Getting Kamaran's Story Out Freelancer news

Getting Kamaran's Story Out

Freelance photographer Kamaran Najm is one of 11 Iraqi journalists who are currently being held hostage. As Iraq is declared 2017's most deadly country in the world for journalists, Sebastian Meye...

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