The Conditions of Human Rights and Safety for Journalists From Other Countries


Many journalists in the world are risking their lives in a dangerous situation for the sake of covering story. The government the one who should guarantee their safety turns out can’t be relied on. We interview five journalists from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Germany, Iraq, and Philippines to tell their story how is the conditions of human rights and safety for journalists in their own country. The result tell us that, those countries are might be become a dangerous place for journalist to cover a story. In Philippines itself there are more than 170 journalists killed by an accident since 1986.


Shintia Savitri

Nagham Kilani

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