Al Jazeera Journalism Review
Aidan White is the Director of the Ethical Journalism Network (EJN) and founder of the International News Safety Institute. He is also former General Secretary of the International Federation of Journalists.
Why are journalists being prevented from reporting on the earthquakes?
Media workers have played a vital role in ensuring help arrives for earthquake victims in Turkey, but many claim they are being prevented from doing their jobs
Covering a natural disaster - a time for credible and useful journalism
How should journalists set about covering the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria without adding to the trauma of victims?
America and Israel are partners in denial of justice for journalists
Both countries have a disgraceful history of disregard for the rights of media staff who are the victims of violence, particularly in conflict zones
Moscow’s journalistic lights are dimmed, but their story needs to be told
Russia is waging a war on independent journalists who dare to question or contradict the official government line - we must do more to support them
Deploying news teams to dangerous places - what media organisations need to know
Reporting from the heat of battle or covering the tragedy and desolation of a humanitarian disaster can be perilous, but the risks are less if media professionals are prepared for the task.