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We call on protesters to respect the right under Hong Kong law of journalists, regardless of nationality or news organisation, to cover events free from intimidation or violence.
Dear Correspondent or Journalist member, The continuing protests in Hong Kong are causing media organizations to send additional journalists based overseas to cover the story. If you have friends or colleagues in this situation, please let them know that they are welcome to use the FCC facilities during their time in Hong Kong as a place to work from, or for some simple R&R with fellow journalists. The FCC allows journalists temporarily working in Hong …
Digital security expert Lokman Tsui gave tips and insights into how journalists can take precautions to protect themselves, their work and their sources’ digital communications while covering politically sensitive events.
Read our open letter to Commissioner Stephen Lo outlining the club’s concerns over the deterioration in relations between the police and media since the onset of the anti-extradition bill protests in June.