By: E&P Staff
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) is conducting a survey of journalists who “believe their freedom of expression was compromised by police/security personnel” during the recent G-20 summit in Toronto.
CJFE says in addition to the many media reports of journalist physically attacked and detained, it has received other accounts from reporters who said they were mistreated during the intense security that surrounded the summit.
The group is asking journalists to participate in a survey that will be part of the information they are collecting for a public report on the G-20. Access the survey here.