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  • European Journalists Outline Quality Strategies to Resolve Media Crisis - IFJ

    European Journalists Outline Quality Strategies to Resolve Media Crisis News and Press Releases 20 May 2009 European Journalists Outline Quality Strategies to Resolve Media Crisis Journalists have launched a European-wide campaign to confront a growing economic and professional crisis in media which they say threatens to weaken democracy across the region. The

  • Stand Up for Journalism: Do You Get What you Want? - IFJ

    Stand Up for Journalism: Do You Get What you Want? 05 November 2007 Stand Up for Journalism: Do You Get What you Want? Because we refuse to accept low-quality journalism becomes the norm in the search for greater profit, members of the European Federation of Journalists, journalists’ unions and professional associations throughout

  • Future of Journalism - IFJ

    Future of Journalism Future of Journalism Journalism is facing unprecedented challenges. Projects Resources The business model which sustained media for decades is collapsing in many parts of the world. Rapid technological change has both opened up exciting new opportunities for journalism but can also pose widespread threats to jobs, work

  • Future of Journalism - IFJ

    Future of Journalism Future of Journalism Journalism is facing unprecedented challenges. Projects Resources The business model which sustained media for decades is collapsing in many parts of the world. Rapid technological change has both opened up exciting new opportunities for journalism but can also pose widespread threats to jobs, work

  • World Day for Decent Work: Media Companies Must Work with Journalists to Improve Conditions - IFJ

    World Day for Decent Work: Media Companies Must Work with Journalists to Improve Conditions News and Press Releases 07 October 2014 World Day for Decent Work: Media Companies Must Work with Journalists to Improve Conditions Media workers across the world continue to bear the heavy burden of instability

  • Strong unions key to winning decent working conditions, says IFJ - IFJ

    Strong unions key to winning decent working conditions, says IFJ News and Press Releases 05 October 2017 Strong unions key to winning decent working conditions, says IFJ Despite unprecedented challenges facing the media industry, journalists unions have succeeded in winning higher pay, saving jobs and secur

  • Journalism, an increasingly precarious profession in Europe - IFJ

    Journalism, an increasingly precarious profession in Europe News and Press Releases 27 June 2017 Journalism, an increasingly precarious profession in Europe Presentation of HesaMag journal issue titled: ‘Journalism, an increasingly precarious profession’ at the Press Club Brussels Europe on 26 June, 2017. Photo: Ekater

  • Workshop on Safety and Protection of African journalists Opens at the African Union Headquarters - IFJ

    Workshop on Safety and Protection of African journalists Opens at the African Union Headquarters News and Press Releases 03 September 2010 Workshop on Safety and Protection of African journalists Opens at the African Union Headquarters Addis Ababa, 2 nd September 2010 – The Deputy Chairperson of the Afric

  • Webinar on the Charter of Freelance Rights 5th February 2013 - IFJ

    Webinar on the Charter of Freelance Rights 5th February 2013 News and Press Releases 08 February 2013 Webinar on the Charter of Freelance Rights 5th February 2013   Translated into 12 languages by now, the Charter of Freelance Rights was drafted by the EFJ Freelance Expert Group in 2003 and finally adopted

  • Justice for French Journalist Murdered in Central African Republic - IFJ

    Justice for French Journalist Murdered in Central African Republic News and Press Releases 14 May 2014 Justice for French Journalist Murdered in Central African Republic © FRED DUFOUR / AFP The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) have urged the tr