practical guide for women journalists on how to respond to online harassment

14 December 2022

practical guide for women journalists on how to respond to online harassmentUNESCO3The growth of social media has seen journalists engaging in a digital public space as part of their role. This has created new opportunities for journalists, including women journalists, such as wider outreach, possibilities to connect with journalists internationally and possibilities to create specialized outlets. At the same time, this online presence also brings a number of risks. It has led to women journalists sharing, sometimes without realising it, personal information about themselves. This data is now being used against them.

  • Title: Practical guide for women journalists on how to respond to online harassment
  • Corporate author : UNESCO
  • Document code : CI-2021/FEJ/SOWJ/2
  • Collation : 11 pages : illustrations
  • Language : English
  • Also available in : Français, Español, , العربية, 汉语, Italiano
  • Year of publication : 2021
  • Licence type : CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO
  • Type of document : programme and meeting document
Safety of Journalists; Freedom of Expression;

Permanent link: http://en.unesco.kz/practical-guide-for-women-journalists-on-how-to-respond-to-online-harassment