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Forbidden Stories partners with CPJ to better protect journalists and their information

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By Forbidden Stories

8 February 2024

It’s official. We partner with the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), to improve our common answer to crimes committed against journalists. As part of this new initiative, journalists assisted by CPJ will benefit from the SafeBox Network’s mechanism, while members from Forbidden Stories’ “SafeBox Network” will have access to CPJ’s safety consultations.

Forbidden Stories has shown that killing a journalist won’t kill their story,” said CPJ CEO Jodie Ginsberg. “This partnership will magnify both our organizations’ efforts to protect journalists and their work, secure justice for murdered journalists or those unjustly jailed, and ensure the corrupt and the criminal are held to account.

In 2024, journalists continue to be targeted and murdered for their work. With this partnership, we are joining forces to keep stories alive and to send a strong message to the enemies of the press: there is no point in killing a journalist,” said Forbidden Stories’ Founder and Executive Director Laurent Richard.

We are thrilled to work more closely with CPJ as it will allow us to better protect journalists’ stories and fulfill our mission. Learn more about our partnership here.

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