The Frontline Club operates several different activities that aim to champion independent journalism, support the work of freelance journalists worldwide, and promote open and informed dialogue on international affairs and the media.


Frontline Freelance Register

FFR is a ring-fenced entity of and at arms-length from the Frontline Club Charitable Trust. Run by an elected board of freelancers, FFR is a representative body for journalists exposed to risk while gathering news.

Frontline Fund (formerly the Fixers’ Fund)

The Frontline Fund is a special charitable project to raise money for the families of fixers killed or injured around the world while working with the international media. For more information on the history project, please visit its webpage.

Frontline Club Charitable Trust

The Frontline Club Charitable Trust (FCCT) is a UK registered charity that champions independent journalism and promotes freedom of speech. FCCT delivers an extensive and year-round programme of public debates and documentary screenings, bringing together many of the world’s best journalists, photographers, filmmakers and thinkers. Its aim is to promote engagement and dialogue on international affairs, champion independent journalism and provide a diverse range of training for journalists and other active media workers. For more information on upcoming events, please click here.

Frontline Club Bucharest

Established in early 2014, Frontline Club Bucharest is a key element of the charitable International Partners project. With a year-round programme of high-quality documentary screenings, challenging public debates and vital journalistic training, Frontline Club Bucharest aims to strengthen independent journalism in the region and promote a critical engagement with current affairs and the media. Bringing together key players from the Romanian and international journalism scene and reaching an ever-growing and diverse audience, Frontline Club Bucharest has quickly developed a reputation for quality, independence and trustworthiness in a highly divided media and social landscape.

All events and trainings are free to attend and open to all. Please click here for more information on Frontline Club Bucharest.

Frontline Club Georgia

In 2010, a permanent Frontline Club venue was set up in Tbilisi to host screenings, panel discussions, workshops and press conferences. Inkeeping with the Frontline Club’s aims, Frontline Club Georgia actively supports independent journalism in the region and promotes a critical engagement with international affairs and the media. The Club in Tbilisi has rapidly developed into a highly respected and independent forum for open discussion, where journalists, students, academics and those interested in current affairs come together to discuss social, political and cultural issues that matter for Georgia and the wider region. Frontline Club Georgia is run with the administrative support of the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA), a non-governmental, non-profit educational institution.