Nearly 700 journalists have been killed in the past decade for doing their job. In more than 90% of these cases, no one has been convicted. An important tool with the potential to change this reality is The Safety of Journalists and the Danger of Impunity, a report by UNESCO's Director-General.
Our infographic below highlights some of the key statistics found in the report and demonstrates how UNESCO is promoting accountability for crimes against journalists and media workers.
We encourage you to help spread the word about this report and the issue of impunity by sharing this page with your networks.
For more information about the UNESCO Director-General's Report, visit this website.