The President of the Journalists Workers ‘Union of Tanzania (JOWUTA), Claud Gwandu, has called on the Tanzanian Government to “stop issuing general...

El jueves 16 de septiembre, trabajadorxs de la revista Caras y Caretas y del periódico La Diaria se presentaron ante la justicia por una demanda por...

The health of journalist Mohammed Al Sagheer, who was arrested on June 7, 2019 in Northeast Syria and sentenced by a military anti-terrorism court to...

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...

Myanmar’s military junta is increasingly arresting media workers, a sign of the gradual deterioration of press freedom in the country. The...

Concerns for Chinese journalist and former lawyer Zhang Zhan are increasing after reports showed that Zhang’s health condition had deteriorated during...

At least 153 media organisations have been forced to cease operations as the Taliban’s new regime solidifies in Afghanistan, with women journalists...

In the latest in a series of intimidation tactics against Kashmiri Journalists, the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) administration has adopted a new order...

Vice-President of the European Commission Vera Jourova presented a Recommendation ‘on ensuring the safety of journalists’ on 16 September 2021. The...

On September 14, Tamil journalist and union treasurer Punniyamoorthy Sasikaran was the subject of an interrogation by Sri Lankan police, the third...

International news channel Indus News is the second Pakistani media house in under two years to have closed down under real estate tycoon Malik Riaz...

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The Global Unions are calling on affiliates worldwide to support the Global Day of Action on Myanmar set for 15 September, which is also the...

Webinar speakers

The IFJ hosted the IFJ-ILO webinar on Reporting migration and forced labour- A European perspective on 14 September, which focused on why do so few...

Hundreds of Pakistani journalists participated a ‘sit in’ demonstration from September 12-13, united in protest against the proposed controversial...

How to ethically report on migration and forced labour and avoid falling into stereotypes, shallowness and inaccuracies?

Malaysia’s parliamentary speaker Azhar Arizan Harun announced on September 8, the new government led by prime minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob will...