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. Check all the international media coverage of IFJ, divided by language, in the period between 28 May and 4 June 2021.

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Safety of journalists, Business Recorder

‘Worse day by day’ : journalists speak out after Pakistani vlogger tortured, The Guardian

Unmasking China’s strategy on COVID-19, Inquiret.net

Media bodies welcome Sindh Assembly’s decision to pass journalists’ protection bill, The Wire

Sindh provisional assembly passes journalists protection bill, Big News Network

“It’s time we define limits of sedition” to protect media freedom: SC, The Swaddle

Expression of dissent, stalling of reforms : how Indian democracy has to work through fair and unfair demands, Swarajya

Pak’s popular news anchor taken off air for speaking against media curbs, Lokmat

IJU hails SC view on sedition and media, The Arunachal Times

Independent digital media rejects proposed Pakistan Media Development Authority, Menafn

International rights groups express concern over recent attacks on Pakistani journalists, Ani News

Reinstate victimised Palestinian journalists’ union leader, says IFJ, Pacific Media Report

Myanmar military intensifies crackdown on journalists with newly revised law, The Wire


Partenariat médias-gouvernements : Le plaidoyer de Nana Akufo-Addo, Le Quotidien                                                                              

Foix. Une Fuxéenne en grève de la faim pour soutenir deux journalistes marocains, La Dépêche

Mettre un terme aux violences contre les femmes journalistes : pour une convention de l’OIT !, New Press


El Sindicato de Periodistas Palestinos pide una investigación internacional sobre los ataques de Israel, Periodistas en Español

El Centro Ilam-Arab para la Libertad de los Medios documenta agresiones a periodistas palestinos, Periodistas en Español

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