CPJ works closely with freedom of expression organizations around the world to combat impunity. We encourage you to explore the resources available from these Philippine, Russian, and international organizations:
- Inter American Press Association: In 1995 IAPA launched its "Unpunished Crimes against Journalists Campaign." The campaign investigates and protests the lack of justice in the killings of dozens of journalists throughout the Americas, spurs legal action, and raises awareness.
- Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility: Founded in 1986, CMFR works to strengthen the free press and promote quality, responsibility, and ethics in the Philippine media. CMFR is a founding member and secretariat of the Freedom Fund for Filipino Journalists, a coalition of Philippine media groups that provides legal and financial support for the prosecution of journalist murders. Other FFFJ members are Philippine Press Institute, the Center for Community Journalism and Development, Kapisanan ng mga Broadkaster ng Pilipinas, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, and Philippine News.
- National Union of Journalists of the Philippines. Representing the Philippine working press, NUJP publishes information on journalists killed in the Philippines.
- The Glasnost Defense Foundation: Based in Moscow, the GDF provides legal support and advocacy to mass media in Russia and monitors media rights abuses.
- International Federation of Journalists: The IFJ has launched a database on the Deaths and Disappearances of Journalists in Russia since 1993.
- International News Safety Institute: INSI provides information on training and other resources available to journalists working in dangerous, hostile environments. INSI, the International Press Institute, World Association of Newspapers, and Reporters sans Frontieres also publish annual lists of members of the media who have been killed.
- International Freedom of Expression Exchange: This is a clearinghouse for accurate and up-to-date information on freedom of expression issues and abuses worldwide. In November 2011, IFEX launched the International Day to End Impunity, a call to action to demand justice for those who have been killed for exercising their right to freedom of expression and shed light on the issue of impunity.
- The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation supports a variety of press initiatives, including IAPA's anti-impunity campaign in Latin America and CPJ's Global Campaign Against Impunity.