Byte Back: A Journalist’s Guide to Combat Cyber Harassment in South Asia 30/03/2017
This is a guide to provide support and advice based on shared experience of others worldwide and includes handy links to other resources. With courage, wit and sheer determination, we’ve seen many journalists demonstrate how to take on trolls, call them out, respond to patently false information and posts, factual distortions, propaganda and misogyny.
IFJ List of Journalists and Media Staff Killed in 2016 06/02/2017
IFJ launched the IFJ list of journalists and media staff killed in 2016, documenting the deaths of colleagues killed in the line of duty. In the Asia-Pacific region, 28 journalists were brutally murdered in 2016, an increase from 2015. The report, which is now in its 26th year, is a key tool in the IFJ’s continued efforts to tackle impunity for crimes against journalists and campaign for greater safety.
Afghanistan: ICT Policy 2003 09/07/2015
To enable Afghanistan to further benefit from Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) by becoming part of the global information society while preserving Afghanistan's cultural heritage.
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