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A New Pedagogy to Enhance the Safety and Resilience of Journalists in Dangerous Environments Globally
Risks to journalists are rising with disasters, epidemics, physical, mental and digital harassment all increasing globally. Some 1382 journalists have been killed since 1992 and 246 are imprisoned. However, the threat type has been changing, with the majority of journalists killed annually being ones working in their own country, often who are targeted for assassination. In response, UNESCO and others have called for research into best practice for safety education to halt this and thedoi:10.3390/educsci10110310 fatcat:plvop2xfdffj3isp5lriyw6hre