Credits: All from AP - from left: Martin Mejia (Lima 2000), David de la Paz (Mexico City 1999), Jose Luis Magana (Mexico City 1998), Nasser Nasser (Ramallah 2002), Srdjan Ilic (Kosovo 1998) & Nasser Nasser (Ramallah 2000).
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USEFUL LINKS

Links are provided in relevant sections of our site to organisations and companies that offer training and other services and support for journalists working in conflict zones. This section lists those that are major partners of INSI as well as other links that may be valuable.

SECURITY CONSULTANCY MEDIA CONFERENCES COMMEMORATING JOURNALISTS TRAINING RESOURCES INTERNATIONAL

SECURITY CONSULTANCY



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Blue Sky Group Foundation

acts as the focus for the Blue Sky Group's planning, advisory and operational services for Aid Agencies, Charities, the Free Press and other Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) working in remote and dangerous regions of the world - including conflict and post-conflict situations.

As such it acts as INSI's strategic partner in the provision of independent security advice on media safety and training issues. More details

MEDIA CONFERENCES

NewsXchange
European Broadcasting Union (EBU)-sponsored annual conference on news coverage issues see
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COMMEMORATING JOURNALISTS

Kurt Schork Memorial
remembers Reuters reporter Kurt Schork, who was killed in an ambush in Sierra Leone in 2000, and operates an awards programme in his name www.ksmemorial.com

The Rory Peck Trust
promotes the safety and security of freelance media workers, in memory of Rory Peck who died in crossfire during the October coup in Moscow, 1993.
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Daniel Pearl Foundation
promotes cross-cultural understanding through journalism, music and innovative communications, in memory of the Wall St Journalist killed in Pakistan in 2002. More Details

Journalisten helfen Journalisten (Journalists Helping Journalists - JhJ)
nongovernmental organization that supports journalists and their families who are threatened by totalitarian governments, civil war or any other politically- or religiously-motivated violence. The Munich-based organization was founded in 1993 by German journalists in honor of Egon Scotland – a reporter for the German daily, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, who was killed while covering the war in the former Yugoslavia.
JhJ provides financial and medical assistance, everyday goods and special sponsorship for children. The group also replaces any equipment that may have been destroyed, such as personal computers, typewriters and cameras. http://www.ijnet.org/

TRAINING

IWPR
The Institute for War & Peace Reporting provides training for local journalists in areas of conflict
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RESOURCES

CRinfo
Conflict Resolution Information Service
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Flashpoints
published by Global Focus More Details

The Crimes of War Project
coalition of journalists, lawyers and scholars to raise public awareness of the laws of war. More Details

INTERNATIONAL

IFJ
The International Federation of Journalists represents more than 500,000 journalists around the world.
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ICRC
The International Committee of the Red Cross More Details

ICG
The International Crisis Group works to prevent and resolve conflict More Details

IFEX
International Freedom of Expression eXchange More Details

IMPACS
Institute of Media, Policy and Civil Society More Details

IMS
International Media Support, promoting press freedom in order to strengthen democracy More Details

Fewer
The Forum on Early Warning and Early Response is a global coalition of NGOs involved in conflict analysis and preventative action. More Details

Human Rights Watch
defends human rights worldwide More Details

OSI
The Open Society Institute was set up by the Soros Foundation to build a global alliance for open society More Details

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