24/11/2017
 

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.

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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 17th November to Friday 24th November.

1) Opens external link in new windowNUJP to launch book tackling journos security in Davao. By Robby Joy D. Salveron, Davao Today 

2) Opens external link in new windowInauguration of ‘Martyred Journalists Memorial’ at NPC on Monday. Dispatch News Desk 

3)Opens external link in new window Google Plans to De-Rank Sputnik: Roskomnadzor Will Protect Russia's Interests. Sputnik News 

4) Opens external link in new windowRefugee and journalist Behrouz Boochani released after arrest on Manus. By Helen Davidson and Ben Doherty, The Guardian 

5) Opens external link in new windowIFJ blasts ‘press freedom attack’ on Iranian-Kurdish journalist in PNG. By PMC Editor, Asia Pacific Report 

6)Opens external link in new window L’UNESCO soutient une conférence internationale à Tunis sur les mécanismes de protection des journalists. UNESCO 

7) Opens external link in new windowTurquie: Rassemblement pour les journalistes. Kedistan 

8) Opens external link in new windowLa Syrie obtient le statut de membre de la Fédération internationale des journalistes. By Andre, La Nouvell Gazette 

9) Opens external link in new windowAIPIM cumpre “objectivo antigo” e é aceite na Federação Internacional de Jornalistas. Ponto Final Macau 

10) Opens external link in new windowUna de cada dos mujeres periodistas sufre violencia machista en el trabajo. La Vanguardia 

11)Opens external link in new window TEXTOS EN LIBERTAD: De qué mueren los periodistas. Almomento 


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