IFJ Congress 2001: Resolutions Adopted by the 24th IFJ Congress

RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE 24TH IFJ CONGRESS MEETING IN SEOUL FROM JUNE 11 TO 16TH 2001


1. IFJ Constitution


The Constitution was amended to take account of the transition of the IFJ to an Association International Sans But Lucratif (AISBL) and is available as a separate text in this report.


2. Working Programme


I. TRADE UNION RELATIONS


1. Trade Union Relations

2. Union Network International

3. Union strengthening Policies


II. GLOBALISATION


4. Globalisation and Media

5. New Media and Globalisation

6. ICFTU and Globalisation

7. Group of Experts on Concentration


III. BROADCASTING


8. Broadcasting and Electronic Journalism


IV. INDUSTRIAL ISSUES


9. Collective Bargaining, Freelance Rights and Authors’ Rights

10. Struggle for Collective Agreement


V. SAFETY OF JOURNALISTS, HUMAN RIGHTS, PRESS FREEDOM


11. Safety of Journalists

12. Rights and Freedom of Journalists

13. Code of Conduct

14. Cyber snooping

15. Defence of Press Freedom

16. Media Rights in Turkey

17. Freedom of expression in The Basque Country (Spain)

18. Press Freedom in Cyprus

19. Attacks on Press Freedom and Journalists’ Rights in Ethiopia

20. Murder of Serbian journalist

21. Official Secrets Act

22. Rights of Gays and Lesbian Journalists

23. Safety for journalists in danger

24. HIV/AIDS and the Media


VI. EQUALITY


25. Mainstreaming Equality in Journalism


VII. QUALITY IN JOURNALISM


26. IFJ Quality in Journalism Campaign

27. Equality and Quality of Work


VIII. IFJ INTERNAL AFFAIRS


28. IFJ Regional Work

29. Finance policy


IX. SITUATION IN KOREA


30. Trade Union Rights in South Korea

31. Establishment of Peace on the Korean Peninsula

32. Revision by Japan of History textbooks

33. Resolution on History Textbooks in Japan

34. Reform of Korean Journalism


X. MOTIONS REMITTED TO THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


1. Freedom of the Media and Rights of Journalists

2. International Policy on Unemployment and Social Inequalities

3. IFJ Executive Working Rules

4. Deputy General Secretary