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What happens when a journalist is killed? A guest blog by former broadcast journalist and Professor of Political Journalism at the University of Sussex, Ivor Gaber.
The discussion surrounding the murder of freelance journalist Christopher Allen in the House of Lords on 22 January has sparked the news world’s attention.
The response from the House of Lords when the question of response to violence against journalists was raised on 22 January, 2020, by the Trust’s patron, Lord Black of Brentwood.
Tune in as the BBC goes behind the camera to speak to the freelance journalists who captured some of the most important stories in the news this past year.
Four of this year’s Rory Peck Awards finalists will be on Channel 4 this week in a series of short films exploring the motivations and incredible stories behind their work.
A guest post written by Professor Jackie Harrison, head of the Journalism Studies Department at the University of Sheffield, about impunity and its assault on journalists, the public and the foundations of free and independent journalism.
CNN’s Nima Elbagir and Channel 4’s Alex Thomson have been announced as the hosts of the 2019 Rory Peck Awards.
For only £40, you can sponsor a ticket, giving freelance journalists the chance to attend our award ceremony next month.
We are thrilled to celebrate the talent and dedication of these 11 freelance journalists, who covered stories in Yemen, Nicaragua, Lebanon, Sierra Leona, and beyond.
Dozens of men, women, children and their pets showed up on Sunday, 26 May to participate in the 24-hour bi-annual CBS London bureau walk-a-thon.