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Resources for Women Journalists

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The EJN 5 Points of Test for Hate Speech 

(Nepali Version)

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Freedom In the World 2019-   Democracy in Retreat 

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Codes of media ethics from Accountable Journalism database 

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Ethics in the News

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Collaborating with NGOs: A Strategic Alliance Approach for Journalists 

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Managing Your Privacy

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Always On Privacy Basics:

Your mobile devices – including smartphones, laptops and wearables – are always within reach everywhere you go, and they share substantial information about you and your habits. Follow these basic privacy tips to help you better manage your personal information.

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Defining “Online Harassment” – A Glossary of Terms

Online harassment comes in so many shapes and sizes, and can target you via so many different mediums and platforms, that it can be overwhelming to think about how to prepare for and respond to online attacks. 


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Phishing Prevention and Email Hygiene

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Journalists and newsrooms are increasingly the victims of hacking and malware, and often hackers target them through their email. Virtually every "sophisticated" hack of an individual reporter or entire newsroom starts with a relatively simple attack: phishing and spear phishing. 

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Legal assistance for journalists and other helpful resources :

Throughout much of the world, journalists’ legal rights of expression and access to information are ever-changing — and physical harm or financial injury are too often common. So it is some comfort to know that there are organizations willing to defend those legal rights . Here are several well-established groups that specialize in getting legal assistance for journalists, as well as other helpful resources . Learn More 


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UNESCO study: Protecting Journalism Sources in the Digital Age 

Protecting Journalism Sources in the Digital Age is the name of a new global study produced by WAN-IFRA for UNESCO. It examines the risks and challenges confronting the safety and privacy of journalistic sources in the new digital environment. 

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Know about International Women's Day! 

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Cherry Blossom Festival-An International Gift of Friendship

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Flavor of Nepal! 

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Fake News’ and Disinformation: A New ICFJ Learning Module 

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Global Tech Survey

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Safety & Security

Legal assistance for journalists and other helpful resources .

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 Throughout much of the world, journalists’ legal rights of expression and access to information are ever-changing — and physical harm or financial injury are too often common. So it is some comfort to know that there are organizations willing to defend those legal rights . Here are several well-established groups that specialize in getting legal assistance for journalists, as well as other helpful resources . Learn More 

Resources for Women Journalists

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 Women journalists often face unique challenges while doing their jobs. INJA  has gathered resources to help our female colleagues around the world find networks, resources and tools to handle issues such as online harassment, workplace discrimination and gender-based violence, as well as easily locate opportunities and support designed specifically for women journalists.  Learn More 

Managing Your Privacy

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Always On Privacy Basics:

Your mobile devices – including smartphones, laptops and wearables – are always within reach everywhere you go, and they share substantial information about you and your habits. Follow these basic privacy tips to help you better manage your personal information.

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Bullying and Harassment

Bullying and Substance Abuse: Who It Affects and Why

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Bullying transcends childish acts such as teasing, rough housing or joking around. It can be a dangerous activity with devastating physical and psychological effects. It’s a prominent risk factor for substance abuse and addiction, but the person being bullied isn’t the only one at risk.  Learn more

Bullying and Harassment of Students with Disabilities

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Children with disabilities are two to three times more likely to be bullied than their non disabled peers.  Learn more