Today is World Press Freedom Day!
Today is World Press Freedom Day! It reminds us how important the freedom and independence of the press is, especially during war time. Covering conflict is always a challenging experience, especially for female reporters. The violent sexual assault of CBS correspondent Lara Logan as she reported from Cairo’s Tahrir Square in February 2011 cannot be forgotten. Discover "No Woman’s Land", a book on front-line reporting by the International News Safety Institute, supported by UN Women. The book features the voices of over 30 women reporters as they recall episodes of harrowing assault and inspirational bravery, in contexts from conflict to civil unrest.
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