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Six – Month Report (Jan – June 2017) Afghanistan, A Dangerous Country for Journalists and Media

In the first six months of 2017, Afghan Journalists Safety Committee (AJSC) has recorded 73 cases of violence against journalists which includes killing, beating, inflicting injury and humiliation, intimidation and detention of journalists.

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Afghan Journalists Safety Committee honoured as Free Media Pioneer

The annual Free Media Pioneer Award was established by IPI in 1996 to recognize news or media organizations that have made innovations that have promoted news access or quality or benefitted journalists and the media community, thereby ensuring freer and more independent media in their country or region.This year’s recipient, the Afghan Journalists Safety Committee […]

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Six Months Report (Jul – Dec 2016) Analysis of Violence Against Journalists 2012-2016

The year 2016 is considered the bloodiest year for journalists and media in the history of Afghanistan. In this year, 13 journalists were killed, a figure that is unprecedented in the history of journalism in Afghanistan. In spite of the fact that the threats are posed by a variety of groups including government officials, a shift in the conduct of Taliban vis-à-vis journalists and media is the main driver of the increase in the level of threats and deadly violence against journalists.

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Six Months Report (Jan – Jun 2016) 15 Years of Reporting in Afghanistan

2016 has been the bloodiest year for journalists in the history of Afghanistan. Only in the first six months, ten journalists were murdered. In this reporting period, AJSC recorded a total of 54 incidents, which include murder, physical assault, detention, and intimidation.

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