25/11/2016
 

IFJ in the news

Every week the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is compiling a list of the top news articles from across the world in which it is mentioned.

Read some of the news highlights from Friday 18th November to Friday 25th November:

1. Opens external link in new windowMacedonia, detention and censorship

2. Opens external link in new windowLibrarians, Archivists, Call On WIPO Members To Create Safe Harbour Against Copyright Liability

3. Opens external link in new windowDutch journalist arrested in Panama after criticiszing Canadian businessman

4. Opens external link in new windowIncorporate women in governance – UNESCO

5. Opens external link in new windowEgypt: hands off journalists’ union, says IFJ

6. Opens external link in new windowMedia coverage of war atrocities opens debate on INFOCORE research

7. Opens external link in new windowPhilippines marks 7th anniversary of Maguindanao massacre

8. Opens external link in new windowPanama Condemned for Jailing Journalist on 'Baseless' Charges

9. Opens external link in new windowDutch journalist facing prison term in Panama for criminal libel

10. Opens external link in new windowFIP pide liberar a periodista condenado en Panamá por escribir sobre fraude

11. Opens external link in new windowPeriodista holandés apresado en Panamá por informar

12. Opens external link in new windowLettre ouverte à François Hollande, Président de la République, à propos des atteintes à la liberté de la presse en Turquie

13. Opens external link in new windowTurquie : Eutelsat condamné à rétablir la diffusion de deux chaînes de TV kurdes

14. Opens external link in new windowCôte d’Ivoire : L’indépendance des médias est un exercice difficile, estime un expert ivoirien

15. Opens external link in new windowPalestinian journalist to remain in admin detention, Israeli army decides

16. Opens external link in new windowMajor journalist trade unions stand with Sputnik against censorship

17. Opens external link in new windowL’Union de la presse francophone est préoccupée par l’économie des médias dans les pays en développement

18. Opens external link in new windowYemen: Eighth media worker killed in 2016 

19. Opens external link in new windowIFJ Condemns Attack On Journalist

20. Opens external link in new windowWomen should be encouraged to join the media

21. Opens external link in new windowLa FIJ condamne l’assassinat d’un journaliste en République démocratique du Congo

22. Opens external link in new windowJournalists win 'ending violence against women' awards


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