Journalist Safety Outlook 2022

Published On: January 13, 2022Categories: Crisis Management, Risk Assessment, Travel Risk

What are the major events and trends we expect for 2022? How are the threats to journalist safety evolving? How, if at all, can these be managed?

Our 2022 Journalist Safety Outlook, co-authored with media risk consultancy HP Risk Management,  analyses these questions and highlights some key geopolitical themes to watch out for in the year ahead.

You can read the outlook below and download the outlook here. In addition you can watch our 2022 Outlook webinar here and via the video embed at the bottom of the page, featuring panellists Nima Elbagir (CNN), Martin Smith (PBS Frontline), Clionadh Raleigh, (ACLED), Ian Phillips (Associated Press News), Colin Pereira (HP Risk Management and RiskPal), and Tom Bacon (RiskPal).

Risk assessment will continue to form a key component of risk management and crisis resilience in 2022 and beyond. For decades, risk assessment has been dominated by burdensome document processing and excessive bureaucracy, breeding resentment among those who need them most.

RiskPal is changing this. We believe the process should be empowering and easy, while at the same time strengthening risk management and duty of care. Read more about how great user experience can contribute to better risk management engagement here or get in touch to find out more.

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