So far this year 25 journalists have been killed according to the International News Safety Institute.
What does INSI stand for?
INSI stands for International News Safety Institute (est. 2003; Brussels, Belgium)
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We have 3 other meanings of INSI in our Acronym Attic
- International Naval Studies Group
- International Nickel Study Group
- Institute of Nursery Studies and Gender Development (Sri Lanka)
- Inspector General
- International Network on Small Hydro Power
- Instituto Nacional de Seguridad e Higiene en el Trabajo (Spanish: National Institute of Safety and Hygiene at Work)
- Initial Nuclear Safety Inspection
- Institute for North-South Issues
- International Network for School Improvement (London, England, UK)
- Interactive Numeric Spatial Information Data Engine (University of Idaho)
- Iran National Steel Industrial Group
- Information Systems Integration using Global Hypermedia Technology
- International Network for Strategic Initiatives in Global HIV Trials (US NIH)
- International Nifedipine GITS (Gastro-Intestinal Therapeutic System) Study: Intervention as a Goal in Hypertension Treatment
- Vision Systems for a Natural Human Environment
- Independent Network Supporting Individuals Guiding Home Taught Students
- Information System for Integrated Manufacturing
- Incentives for Singapore's Commuters (study)
- INS Integrated Network (US Department of Homeland Security)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The IFJ said that media must heed warnings being issued by the International News Safety Institute which yesterday warned that journalists need to be increasingly aware of the risks to them particularly as there is antipathy towards foreign news crews.
Most global press freedom groups including CPJ, Reporters Without Borders, the International Federation of Journalists, as well as a consortium of groups based in Europe known as the International News Safety Institute opposed the changes.
In 2009 three journalists, including Lang, died in Afghanistan, according to a tally by the International News Safety Institute.
Three journalists, including Lang, died in Afghanistan last year, according to a tally by the International News Safety Institute.
The mission team comprises representatives from leading journalists rights and press freedom organisations including the IFJ, the Southeast Asia Press Alliance (SEAPA), the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Indonesias Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI), Australias Media Entertainment & Arts Alliance, the Thai Journalists Association (TJA), International News Safety Institute (INSI), International Media Support (IMS), the Institute for Studies on the Free Flow of Information (ISAI) and Union Network International (UNI).
Meanwhile, the International News Safety Institute will immediately organise safety training for local journalists in the Philippines, IFJ said.
The International News Safety Institute reports that at least 24 journalists were killed in the first three months of this year alone.