Frontline Freelance Register (FFR) is run by freelancers, for freelancers. FFR aims to provide freelance foreign and conflict journalists with representation and a sense of community, vital in this fragmented profession.
Championing journalistic best practice and the observation of industry-level safety standards, FFR works with organisations that provide support to, or employ the services of, its members – to better support those members.
The Code of Conduct that the FFR’s members commit to upholding demonstrates their commitment to professionalism while conducting their work.
The FFR was launched on June 7 2013 along with the publication of the Frontline Club white paper, Newsgathering Safety and the Welfare of Freelancers.