Center for Media at Risk Ecosystem

The Center for Media at Risk, based at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania, is developing a comprehensive project to map out the breadth and scale of threats against media around the world today.

The Center for Media at Risk Ecosystem is an interactive map that serves as visual evidence of media practitioners and scholars at work and/or at risk. It will be continually updated with your contributions via the infrastructure of Graph Commons.

The map will be accessible to human rights and press rights organizations, educators and media practitioners. Iterations of the map focused on specific areas, geographic or content-based, will also be readily available.

To make this possible, to connect and thereby strengthen our joint work, your input is invaluable.

1. Please complete THIS FORM (which takes less than 2 minutes).

2. Circulate this form to colleagues/persons/entities relating to media at risk. Participation from media practitioners, scholars and organizations is essential for strengthening this network.

A more detailed description of the project can be found on our website:

For more information please contact Zeyno Ustun at
Email address *
What is your name? *
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Institution/ Affiliation: *
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Please choose your areas of work. You may check multiple boxes. *
What is your country of origin?
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Where are you based? *
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What is your geographical area of research? *
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Please write tags that define your research interests. *
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What are the risks you face as a media practitioner and/or what are the risks you research? *
How could political intimidation be resisted? Please tell us about the tactics and strategies that could be utilized in regards to media at risk. *
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