The working programme of the IFJ for 2016-2019 aims to position the IFJ as the global voice for journalists and to strengthen IFJ member unions worldwide in their endeavour to:
- put their weight behind the global decent work agenda, and defend and advance the working conditions of journalists across all sectors and platforms, throughout the information landscape;
- promote and defend professional and ethical journalism in its role as a cornerstone of democracy and freedom, and be in the vanguard of creating a media culture that is ethically-based, driven by the public interest and fit for the digital age.
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The IFJ represents more than 600,000 journalists in 140 countries