HAGOR: ITEMS FOR USE IN CONFLICT ZONES
PRESS stickers come in a magnet format so it is easy to put on and take off the car or the camera.
A small magnet sticker for a camera costs = 25$ USD
A larger magnet sticker 50cm x 50cm to put on a car costs = 110$ USD
The vest just with the word PRESS in front and in back is = 40$ USD
The light weight BULLET PROOF VEST = 1,200$ USD
ALL STICKERS AND TAPES ARE FLUORESCENT PROTECTIVE GEAR: HAGOR supplies sets that include a suit, mask, gloves, shoe covers, eye protection goggles, alcohol wipes and sanitary gel for cleaning infected areas.
USEFUL WATER CARRIERS - TO BE ORDERED DIRECTLY FROM HAGOR : 0505-239629 CALL YOAV COHEN: +972-505 -239629 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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CPJ RELEASES JOURNALIST SECURITY HANDBOOK New York, October 29, 2003—The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) released an updated version of its journalist security handbook, titled “On Assignment: A Guide to Reporting in Dangerous Situations.” This new edition, which is available in hard copy and online (click here: http://www.cpj.org/Briefings/2003/safety/journo_safe_guide.pdf ), draws on lessons learned in the war in Iraq and includes advice on coping with the sustained risks that so many local journalists and their families confront on a daily basis.
The International Federation of Journalists Safety Manual http://www.ifj.org/en/pages/press-freedom-safety http://www.ifj.org
The IFJ Checklist before you set out - A list of information sources which should cover the following areas: Climate, Geography, Political Situation, Ethnic and Religious Tensions, Medical Intelligence (i.e. prevalence of diseases). The Following sources will provide a general outline of the current situation on countries worldwide:
http://www.janes.com/ (Global Risk Center)
http://www.zerorisk-international.com (Subscription Journalism Safety Website)