Launch Safety of Journalists Indicators Report in Kazakhstan

2 November 2021

2 November 2021, UNESCO Almaty and Adil soz International Foundation for Protection of Freedom of Speech organize a final seminar to discuss and provide final input to the report assessing the journalists safety situation in Kazakhstan.

The workshop is designed to strengthen media development in Kazakhstan by improved monitoring and reporting systems, focused on SDG 16.10.1 (safety of journalists) including through IPDC's Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism on the Safety of Journalists and the Danger of Impunity.

The seminar marks the International day to end impunity for crimes against journalists. #EndImpunity

Meeting resources:
  • Agenda (RU)
  • Report on the safety of journalists in Kazakhstan draft version (EN)
  • Threats that Silence: Trends in the Safety of Journalists (EN)
  • UNESCO Almaty events and publications on safety of journalists for 2019-2021 (RU)
  • All communication and information webinars (EN)
  • The Global Judicial Toolkit: International Legal Standards on Freedom of Expression, Access to Information and Safety of Journalists (EN)
  • Protect journalists, protect the truth: a brochure for the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists: including highlights of the UNESCO Director-General's report on the safety of journalists and the danger of impunity (EN, RU)

Video records of the web meetings in Kazakhstan

Recording the web meeting on 2 November 2021

in Russian language

The first meeting on launch of Journalists Safety Indicators in 2020

in Russian language

More resources to #ProtectJournalists

How to stop impunity for crimes against journalists?

#ProtectJournalists #PressFreedom #EndImpunity

What would a world without independent media look like?

International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC); Media development

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