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 25 June and 2 July 2021.

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Hong Kong needs law to tackle ‘hostility against the police’, says force’s new chief, The Guardian

Islamabad HC warns Pak’s FIA against misuse of authority, threatens heavy fine, Ani News

Anton Hammerl’s family looks to the UN for help in getting justice for his death, Independent Online

Widow of Anton Hammerl, killed in Libya, asks UN to investigate his death, Mail & Guardian

Agency photographer attempts to take back copyright in ‘game-changer’ lawsuit, Press Gazette

Human Rights Council: Fundamental or fundamentally flawed, SWI Swissinfo.ch

Gender minister defends decision to take action against media outlets, Raajje.mv

Covid-19 shows how vital reliable, trustworthy news is, The Morning Star

IFJ urges Sri Lanka government to expedite investigations into sexual abuse in newsrooms, Colombo Page

Journalists up in arms against ‘anti-democratic’ media law in Pakistan’s Punjab, Ani News

Hong Kong needs ‘fake news’ law, new police chief says, Taipei Times

Sri Lanka: Government to investigate endemic sexual abuse in newsrooms, LankaWeb


L’image de la Chine reste au plus bas dans les pays développés, Le Monde

Affaires Raissouni/Radi : déclaration de la Fédération internationale des journalistes et du syndicat national de la presse marocaine, Barlamane

Affaires Raissouni/Radi : Déclaration conjointe de la FIJ et du SNPM, Maroc Diplomatique


Manual de los sindicatos para erradicar la violencia y el acoso laboral, Periodistas en Español

El coronavirus ha incrementado las desigualdades de género para mujeres periodistas, Dircomfidencial

La FIP exige la liberación de Faizullah Khan, ARY News

¿Es el espionaje de periodistas un peligro para la democracia?, Factores de Poder

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