This workshop for female & non-binary journalists addresses safety concerns, covering online harassment, trolls, doxing threats and self-defense techniques.
Join us in person in London for events specially for freelance journalists at the Frontline Club, the gathering place for journalists, photographers and other like-minded people interested in international affairs.
Surviving as a Freelance Journalist will equip you with valuable skills and knowledge to plan safe assignments and manage the business of freelancing.
Events include practical workshops and panel discussions with leading experts, as well as networking opportunities.
This workshop equips journalists in hostile environments with practical first aid skills, covering CPR, wound management, and psychological resilience in real-life scenarios.
An expert panel will discuss the challenges of frontline journalism and how to build resilience. Followed by a Q&A and networking.
Our panel of esteemed insurance specialists in the fields of journalism and high risk media will cover all you need to know about insurance.
During this live webinar, our expert panel will explore how journalists can build resilience while covering difficult stories and subjects.
RPT and the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom explored the legal risks that journalists should be aware of while reporting on the ground.
Journalist Clive Myrie and RPT Chair Tira Shubart explored how to protect emotional wellbeing and maintain resilience while on the job.
In this session, former BBC journalist and finance expert David Thomas explored how to better manage your finances as a freelance journalist.
This VR masterclass run by Head Set aimed to empower journalists, improving their physical and emotional safety in environments of civil unrest.
Wudan Yan & Jenni Gritters, from the successful podcast The Writer’s Co-op, joined RPT to share their expertise on contracts and negotiation for freelancers.
This online workshop explored the ins and outs of pitching with Emma Wilkinson and Lily Canter of 'Freelancing for Journalists'.
Journalist Stuart Hughes and Prof. Anthony Feinstein discussed the challenges around mental health faced by freelancers.