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.

Credit: Franck Perry - AFP

Read some of the news highlights from Saturday, March 1st to Friday, March 8th 2019:

    1. IFJ condemns arrest of nine journalists in Nepal, United News of India
    2. IFJ condemns arrest of nine journalists, The Himalayan Times
    3. IFJ draws attention to journalists being arrested in Kathmandu, The Himalayan Times
    4. ‘Energetic support’ needed against impunity for attacks against journalists, The Shift
    5. Rights groups call on new Secretary General of the CoE to make press freedom a priority, Ifex
    6. Pakistan: Scribe Found Dead After Going Missing, Journalists' Bodies Allege Police Apathy, The Wire
    7. Int'l Journalists Federation Welcomes Palestine's Commitment To Implement Media Reform, Urdu Point
    8. Reasserting the rights and duties of journalists with the IFJ’s new Global Charter of Ethics, Equal Times
    9. Put Pressure On Your Politicians To Tackle Climate Change -International Federation of Journalists, Sahara Reporters
    10. Journalist bodies allege police apathy in probing reporter’s murder, Pakistan Today
    11. Third EU-Western Balkans Media Days: EU reaffirms comprehensive support to media freedom in the region, The European Sting
    12. EU-Western Balkans Media Days celebrate freedom of the press, Goverment Europa
    13. 112 Ukraine TV channel states about another step by authorities to deprive channel's license, 112 International
    14. Ghana: 'Stop Sale of Fossil Fuel Vehicles to Save the Environment', All Africa
    15. Rights body urges India to release detainees in Kashmir, AA
    16. Tanzania: Investigative journalist, Eric Kabendera, could face up to five years jail, Region Week
    17. El Consejo de Europa denuncia las agresiones a periodistas durante la Diada, ABC
    18. La OIT convoca al Concurso Mundial de Medios de Comunicación sobre la Migración Laboral, Swiss Latin
    19. ANP: Encuentro con la Agencia Internacional de Cooperación Sueca, Crónica Viva
    20. Congo : des journalistes édifiés sur l’utilisation du numérique face aux enjeux du changement climatique, Cio-Mag

    For more information, please contact IFJ on +32 2 235 22 16

    The IFJ represents more than 600,000 journalists in 146 countries

    Follow the IFJ on TwitterFacebook and Instagram

    Subscribe to IFJ News