• Frontline Freelance Register is open to actively working freelance journalists who are exposed to risks in their work outside of their home country. Membership is not automatic and applications are scrutinized to ensure the applicant meets the membership criteria. We endeavor to deal with your application within two weeks of receipt.

  • To apply you must be nominated by an existing FFR member.

  • Associate Membership Applicants

  • Please provide

    • 3 links or clippings to work they have had published over the last 1 year
    • OR
    • A link or clipping to at least one project worked on over last 2 years (if you are a long-form documentary/investigative journalist)
    • OR
    • A short paragraph explaining explaining why you would like to join FFR, and a recommendation from an editor/commissioner/media outlet/journalist organisation to confirm that you are or have worked as a freelance journalist.
  • Full Membership Applicants

  • Please provide

    • Three links or clippings to published work in the last twelve months
    • OR
    • A link or clipping to at least one project worked on over the last two years for long form documentary/investigative journalist)

    Full members must also upload a letter of reference from an editor/commissioner/media outlet/journalist organisation attesting to their professionalism and ethics and a document to show that their safety training is up to date.

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  • Skills

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  • Areas of Work

  • Personal Protective Equipment

  • Social Media

  • We require the information below in the event of a crisis. We might need to contact one of the people below. We do not provide an emergency assistance service. However we will do our best to ensure that your case is being dealt with by the relevant parties. Your emergency and next of kin details will be critical in this regard. Your emergency contact may or may not be the same as your next of kin. It should be someone who is aware of your work and has instructions from you to follow in the event of an emergency.

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  • FFR Safety and Ethics Code

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    Do you agree to abide by the Code of Conduct of the FFR?
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