The United Nations has designated 2 November as International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.This event calls on nations to condemn attacks on journalists and to bring the alleged perpetrators to justice.
On 26th September an important new resolution was passed by the Human Rights committee condemning violence against journalists.Other resources on this topic include:
- The Committee to Protect Journalists which has data on journalists killed since 1992 as well as annual reports on the nature and extent of attacks on the press. Its 2016 report records Somalia as the most dangerous place to be a journalist
- International Press Institute death watch data has statistics from 1997 onwards. Its website also has reports on press censorship and attacks on freedom worldwide.
- The Inter-American Press Association has regional news and other publications
- These organisations have news headlines and reports:
Other campaign and professional groups which regularly comment on this topic include: International Federation of Journalists