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  • Stop violence against women journalists - IFJ

    Stop violence against women journalists Stop violence against women journalists Violence is NOT part of the job Resources Stop Violence against women journalists - for an ILO Convention! Gender-based violence is one of the most prevalent and tolerated human rights violations in the world. More than 35% of women worldwide have experienced physical and/or sexual

  • Stop violence against women journalists - IFJ

    Stop violence against women journalists Stop violence against women journalists Violence is NOT part of the job Resources Stop Violence against women journalists - for an ILO Convention! Gender-based violence is one of the most prevalent and tolerated human rights violations in the world. More than 35% of women worldwide have experienced physical and/or sexual

  • Stop violence against women journalists - IFJ

    Stop violence against women journalists Stop violence against women journalists Violence is NOT part of the job Resources Stop Violence against women journalists - for an ILO Convention! Gender-based violence is one of the most prevalent and tolerated human rights violations in the world. More than 35% of women worldwide have experienced physical and/or sexual

  • Nepali journalist receives death threats - IFJ

    Nepali journalist receives death threats News and Press Releases 06 March 2014 Nepali journalist receives death threats The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its affiliate the Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) are alarmed by death threats made against K P Dhungana, a crime reporter

  • IFJ Calls on Affiliates to Share Cases of Women Journalists Subjected to Violence - IFJ

    IFJ Calls on Affiliates to Share Cases of Women Journalists Subjected to Violence 26 February 2014 IFJ Calls on Affiliates to Share Cases of Women Journalists Subjected to Violence In a letter addressed to its affiliates today, 18 th November, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has called on its affili

  • EFJ supports Norwegian media organisations' joint statement regarding photo contracts - IFJ

    EFJ supports Norwegian media organisations' joint statement regarding photo contracts 04 April 2007 EFJ supports Norwegian media organisations' joint statement regarding photo contracts The EFJ supports Norwegian journalists unions and media associations common statement calling on Norwegian organisers

  • IFJ Calls on Affiliates to Share Cases of Women Journalists Subjected to Violence - IFJ

    IFJ Calls on Affiliates to Share Cases of Women Journalists Subjected to Violence 18 November 2013 IFJ Calls on Affiliates to Share Cases of Women Journalists Subjected to Violence In a letter addressed to its affiliates today, 18 th November, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has called on them 

  • UK Government urged to act on private sector pay equality - IFJ

    UK Government urged to act on private sector pay equality 12 May 2009 UK Government urged to act on private sector pay equality (NUJ) The NUJ has expressed concern that the Equality Bill - being debated in the UK Parliament today - will not do enough to stop pay discrimination in the private sector. When the union does

  • Creators' Joint Statement on Proposed Orphan Work Directive - IFJ

    Creators' Joint Statement on Proposed Orphan Work Directive 11 October 2011 Creators' Joint Statement on Proposed Orphan Work Directive Click HERE to download the joint statement made by the European Federation of Journalists, European Writers' Congress and European Visual Artists on the proposed Orphan

  • Rights at work - IFJ

    Rights at work Rights at work   Campaigns   Resources Without social justice and fairness at work it is impossible to talk of editorial independence or media freedom. The IFJ works with its affiliates and the global trade union movement on campaigns , projects , training and advocacy for freedom of associ