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@RiscTraining regresa a Medellín con un curso de seguridad (Nov. 20-25), junto con Riesgo Cruzado. Abierto a freelancers y reporteros locales en la región. RISC ofrece algunas becas para cubrir costes de viajes. Solicita antes del 31 Octubre aquí:

The Arabic version is coming out soon!

Apply by October 30! We have a limited number of travel grants for participants covering East Africa and based outside Kenya.

For only £40, you can sponsor a ticket, giving freelance journalists the chance to attend the #RoryPeckAwards. In partnership with @refugeejourno - buy your tickets here:

An important new podcast series providing an insight into Saudi Arabia and made by Saudi journalists & activists, has launched. The first 3 episodes, produced by FFRs @ghariba33 cover the aftermath of the brutal murder of freelance journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Listen to ep.1 here:

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We and Rory Peck Trust are organising a Women Safety Workshop on 4 September 2019

The half day course will be run by SEPAR International. Details below:

Location: The Frontline Club
When: 4 September from 1pm - 5pm
Cost: £25 (to be paid on the day)
To register and for more information please email:

SEPAR International aims to provide a holistic training package that promotes safety awareness, reduces risk and delivers simple yet effective physical techniques. The SEPAR International Women Safety Workshop delivers training in the form of basic self defence techniques, situational awareness, personal security skills with the addition to developing inner and physical strength.

Female journalists can encounter both physical and emotional trauma during their work and have to remain flexible to adapt to their ever changing environment.

SEPAR’S Women Safety Workshop has been designed for female journalists working in all types of environments.

The Women Safety Workshop includes:

· Analysis of criminal and danger trends within a location.

· Practical correlations of risk and risk factors affecting women.

· Vulnerability factors and situations.

· Body language and effective communication to aid evading possible conflicts

· Self-defence.

Each participant who completes this workshop will receive a guide, contained within this is advice and tips on all the practical aspects covered within the course.

Kerrie Williams: Leading female trainer

Gemma Atkins: Self Defence

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