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Paper Sessions November 2nd

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13:30 – 15:30

TRAINING, EDUCATION AND RESPONSE MECHANISMS

Presentation:

1. C.S.H.N. Murthy Designing curriculum of “safety and security of journalists in Indian journalism education: Do it now, better late than never!

1. José Benitez Alvarez Violence against journalists: a key challenge for press freedom in the Northern Triangle of Central America

2. Ramon Tuazon & Therese San Diego Integration of “Safety of Journalists” in the Curricula of Philippine Journalism Schools

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3. Yennue Zarrate Valderrama Specialized training of journalists in the armed conflict: The Colombian endeavor

4. Julieta Brambila Ramirez Between Violence and Resistance: Journalists’ strategies for coping and resilience in “insecure democracies”

5. Leire Mardaras Gender and safety: a case study with Spanish female journalists

RISKS, THREATS AND HARASSMENT

Presentation:

1. Ilmari Hiltunen “Another day in paradise?” – Outside interference, threats and harassment experienced by Finnish journalists

2. Banafsheh Ranji Challanges and threats to journalism in a restictive context: the case of Iran

3. Janina Islam Abir Living in insecurity and discrimination: Problems and prospect of women journalists in Bangladesh’

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4. Elisabeth Eide, Hasina Shirzad & Abdul Mujeeb Khalvatgar Tongue-tied by security threats? Afghan journalists tackling security issues

5. Samiksha Koirala Silenced once again: Woman Journalists’ experiences of digital harassment (in post-conflict Nepal)

6. Greta Gober Organizational responses to online abuse of female journalists

SURVEILLANCE, LEGAL SYSTEMS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

1. Mariateresa Garrido Villareal The impact of domestic regulations in journalists safety: the Venezuelan case

2. Miral Sabry & Hala Kamal Nofal The Conflict Between Journalists and The Constitution of 2014 in Egypt

3. Admire Mare Digital safety of journalists in the age of ubiquitous surveillance: A comparative study of newsrooms in Zimbabwe and South Africa

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4. Soumaya Berjeb Safety of Tunisian journalists in conflict zones: who’s responsible for it?: Case of Sofian Chourabi & Nadhir Ktari

5. Behlül Çalışkan Digital Security Awareness and Practices of Journalism in Turkey

6. Chihabeddine Kennouche The difficulties and the risks of practicing the profession of journalism in Algeria

CULTURE, SOCIETY AND MEDIA ETHICS

1. Marton Demeter Journalists in the crossfire of state propaganda: the case of Hungarian independent journalism

2. Naglaa Ellemary Audience as a threat to Journalists and Journalism: The case of Tunisia and Egypt

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3. Tunde Akanni The ethical dilemma of Nigerian journalists in the face of Boko Haram Insurgency

4. Olunifesi Adekunle Suraj Trends of ´blackmail journalism´and its threats to safety of journalists in Nigeria

5. Susana Sampaio Dias Per diem payments as a form of censorship and state control in Guinea-Bissau’s journalism

Paper sessions, November 3rd

13.00 – 15.00

JOURNALISTIC PRACTICES AND WORKING CONDITIONS

1. Abit Hoxa and Kenneth Andresen Working conditions and threats dichotomy for journalists in transitional societies and influence in media production: The case of Western Balkans

2. Mariam Shaikh Stay safe While Reporting! Security & Safety Concerns for local reporters in violence-stressed regions

3. Azam Jan & Shujaat Ali Khan Threats to Journalism in the Post-war on Terror Scenario in Pakistan

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4. Umaru Pate Professional training, journalists safety and media freedom in conflict ridden Nigeria

5.  Sofia Iordanidou Feeling safe in unsafe places? Experiences of Greek/Cypriot journalists regarding safety and journalistic practices

6. Bora Ataman & Baris Coban Safety Tactics for and by the activist citizen journalists

THE ROLE OF JOURNALISTS IN WAR AND CONFLICT

1. Farid Abudheir Journalists Remain Under Threat for Being Accused of Taking Sides

2. Marte Høiby Covering Mindanao: journalist-fixer relations and safety in the field

3. Patrick Mugo Mugo The ballot, bullets and batons: Walking the thin line in covering conflicts in Eastern and Central Africa

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4. Saumava Mitra The good news and the bad news: Implications of the shift from ‘embedding’ international photojournalists to engaging local photojournalists in Afghanistan

5. Altaf Ullah Khan The fixer in the corporate media

6. Marta Milena Barrios & Lina Vega The peace we are missing: Violence and impunity against journalists in Colombia post-conflict

RISKS, THREATS AND HARASSMENT

1. Sadia Jamil Culture of impunity and journalist protection: Is safe journalism a distant dream in Pakistan?

2. Sallie Hughes & Mireya Marquez Ramirez Clientelism, criminals and pro-public journalism norms: The causes of threats to journalists in subnational contexts.

3. Elisabeth Witchel Getting away with Murder – findings from CPJ’s Global Impunity Index and trends over the last decade in Impunity in murders of journalists.

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4. Sara Torsner Measuring Journalism Safety: a proposal for designing a Journalism Safety Trends tool

5. Anthony Feinstein Moral injury, not PTSD is the challenge faced by journalists covering the refugee crisis in Europe

6. Eka Javakhishvili The Aspects of resilience in journalists from MENA and EE region severely exposed to traumatic events