In this tool-box, you will find a list of resources that will help you to identify and address physical and digital risks.
During this training session, Anna Therese Day, freelance reporter, co-founder of The Frontline Freelance Register, and board member at the ACOS Alliance, will offer tools and tips to understand how to reach an agreement between media companies and freelance journalists on terms that protect the interests and safety of the journalists.
Journalists need to think about how better to protect themselves, their families, colleagues and sources from digital threats. During this online training session, digital safety expert Ela Stapley shares tips and tools to build your security plan and to improve your digital safety skills and knowledge.
In this training session, Colin Pereira, Director of HP Risk Management, introduces us to the basic concepts, tips, techniques and risk assessment tools for freelance journalists. Learning how to identify and address the potential risks and threats to your physical integrity while reporting is fundamental to promote safety in freelance journalism.
In order to create value and therefore earn more money for their work, freelance journalists need to think more like entrepreneurs. In this training, James Breiner, an expert in entrepreneurial journalism, offers tools to differentiate yourself, create a niche, how to manage your budget and how to understand your users.
The session tackles some of the most stressful parts of managing your money and talk about how to overcome them in order to make more of it. From handling cash flow and dealing with overdue invoices to addressing the emotional side of money, Anna helps freelancers overcome their biggest money concerns.