A Guide to Reporting on Civic Space (Media Toolkit) Presented by CIVICUS

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Across the world there is a growing trend of countries restricting citizens’ freedoms or making the work of civil society groups more difficult and dangerous, for ex. increased surveillance on ordinary citizens, activists and CSOs and targeted attacks and arrests. Furthermore, civil society activists, journalists and human rights defenders face escalating intimidation, harassment and reprisals, including imprisonment, for undertaking the work that fights for and protects human rights for us all. This toolkit was produced to be a useful, informative tool for connecting journalists and media with the challenges and opportunities currently happening in civil society. Most importantly, it provides story ideas, angles, and prompts designed to help media and journalists cover these issues better. More information is available here, while you can download the toolkit here.

Source: CIVICUS

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