It takes all of us to combat online violence. From newsroom leaders to tech companies to news consumers, everyone has a role to play in protecting women journalists’ voices online.

Below, find advocacy campaigns and opportunities from the Coalition Against Online Violence to use your platforms to end online abuse. Together, we can change the reality for women journalists and bolster a more free, democratic media landscape.

This World Press Freedom Day, let’s come together to #ProtectJournalistsOnline

We can all help to protect journalists online.

At the Coalition Against Online Violence, we are more than 70 global organizations defending press freedom and providing better solutions for journalists facing online abuse. To mark the 30th anniversary of World Press Freedom Day, we urge social media platforms to take measures to combat online violence.

Join us in preserving press freedom and encouraging platforms, governments and media organizations to #ProtectJournalistsOnline.

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“It’s not just another tweet.”

Online violence does not have to be the reality. In this multi-lingual series of PSAs by the Coalition Against Online Violence, women journalists from around the world are calling on newsrooms to do more to protect their employees online.

Watch the PSAs


Online abuse stifles free expression, threatens livelihoods, and undermines equity. Together with PEN America, the Coalition Against Online Violence is demanding better tools from social media companies.

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