Module 4: Safety of journalists on- and offline
Overview of this module:
- The types of threats, harassment, and attacks faced by the media — including gender-specific — and the obligations on the state and media organisations.
- The importance of the protection of sources, as recognised under our domestic case law.
- Practical guidance for journalists to protect themselves online, including on social media, and in reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Practical guidance for journalists on where they can seek assistance and recourse in the event of threats, harassment or attacks.
Safety of journalists on and offline: Welcome - Hopewell Radebe: SANEF Project Manager
A continental perspective: Jovial Rantao, Chair The African Editors' Forum (TAEF)
Addressing gender-specific threats against women journalists: Monica Laganparsad: News Editor
Q&A: Monica Laganparsad & Jovial Rantao
Protection of sources and digital security: Hopewell Radebe, SANEF Project Manager
Covid-19 assistance for journalists under threat: Tshamano Makhadi, SANEF Chair of Education
Discussion and closing: Tshamano Makhadi and Hopewell Radebe
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