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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.
So much of journalism today hinges on digital security, so take the time to tidy up your online presence this season.
Applications are now open for the Dart Center’s annual four-day crisis zones reporting course, supported by the Rory Peck Trust.
Freelance journalists play a vital role as independent reporters.
The Rory Peck Awards 2019 are now OPEN FOR ENTRIES!
It was with deep shock and sadness that we learned of the killing of freelance journalist Lyra McKee in Derry, Northern Ireland last Thursday 19th April.
Attending next month’s World Press Photo Festival in Amsterdam?
On International Women’s Day 2019, we want to highlight three inspiring women freelancers.
On Sunday 17 February, London-based freelance journalist Samir Jeraj will be running the Quicksilver Hampton Court Half Marathon to raise money for our work. He explains why.
On 31 January 2019, a US court found Syria’s Assad regime responsible for the murder of renowned Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin in 2012.
This week, the global journalism community is mourning the loss of Libyan freelance photographer and videojournalist Mohamed Ben Khalifa.
Practising good digital security is more important than ever for freelance journalists to protect themselves and their work, and the start of a new year is the perfect time to begin incorporating simple habits into your daily routine.
As the end of 2018 approaches, we want to thank everyone who has supported the Rory Peck Trust across the year.
The Rory Peck Trust and the Frontline Freelance Register (FFR) were in Jordan this week delivering safety surgeries to freelance investigative journalists from across the Middle East and Africa.
The Rory Peck Awards 2018 celebrated the work of freelancers in news and current affairs globally tonight in a ceremony hosted by Sky News’s Alex Crawford and the BBC’s Jeremy Bowen at London’s BFI Southbank.
This weekend security adviser and trainer Steve Cook and his daughter Evie completed an intrepid two-day mountain marathon in Wales’ Black Mountains to raise vital funds for the Trust.
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 stories behind their work.
The Maltese freelance journalist will be the first posthumous recipient of the Martin Adler Prize, which honours a local freelancer who has made a significant contribution to newsgathering.
Registration is now open for a one-day forum, Safety, Trauma and Responsibility: Challenges for Freelance Journalists in Ukraine, organised by the Rory Peck Trust in partnership with the Institute of Mass Information (IMI).
We are delighted to announce the finalists for the Rory Peck Awards 2018 – the only awards dedicated to freelancers working behind the camera in news and current affairs worldwide.
This year’s event returns to London’s BFI Southbank on Thursday 1st November.
A tailored four-day training course, organised by RPT and delivered by Trauma Training for Journalists (TTJ), has equipped 16 Cambodia-based freelance journalists with safety and first aid skills.
It has never been more important for freelance journalists to practise good digital security – to protect themselves, their material and their sources.
“These images tell the truth.” Such words are usually associated with videojournalists and photojournalists. But in freelancer Chris Kelly’s film this statement is delivered by a Buddhist monk – the Venerable Luon Sovath – from Cambodia as he shares images of police intimidation and violence.
The Trustees of the Rory Peck Trust have appointed Clothilde Redfern as its new Director. Clothilde, currently Director of One World Media, will join the Trust on 10th September. She succeeds Tina Carr who leaves the organisation after 21 years.