The United Nations has designated 2nd November as a day against impunity for crimes against journalists. On this day the call on nations to condemn attacks on journalists and to bring the alleged perpetrators to justice. For more information and links see http://www.un.org/en/events/journalists/
This year UNESCO has launched a special campaign #TruthNever Dies It has profiles and links to articles of murdered journalists such as Jamal Khashoggi.
Representatives of the International Federation of Journalists, the World Association of Newspapers (WAN-IFRA), the European Broadcasting Union and UNI-MEI, the organisation representing media professionals have launched an initiative calling for a United Nations Convention to protect journalists . Read the draft and reasons on the website
The Committee to Protect Journalists has data on journalists killed since 1992 as well as annual reports on the nature and extent of attacks on the press. Its 2018 Impunity Index gives facts and figures on murders and violence against journalists. Somalia and Syria were regarded as the most dangerous place to be a journalist.
International Press Institute also has a Death Watch list which records journalists killed in their line of work.