Dai Zigeng, the former editor-in-chief of state media group Beijing News, was detained earlier this month for allegedly committing "serious violations...

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) today joined the call for the release of Gaspar Matalaev, a Turkmen journalist working for...

Following a week of unrest and some of the largest demonstrations in Hong Kong’s history, Chief Executive (CE) of Hong Kong Carrie Lam announced on...

On June 16, Sri Lankan journalist Kusal Perera was faced with charges for commenting on the development of religious rivalries after the April 21...

Here is the list of the IFJ board including the 5 administrative committee members and the 16 advisers elected on 13th June 2019 as well as the list...

On June 9 over 1 million people took to the streets of Hong Kong to protest against the proposed extradition law that was about to be debated in the...

Delegates at the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) World Congress today backed a motion to promote the IFJ campaign for a UN Convention on...

Since Saturday, June 8, four journalists have been arrested in Uttar Pradesh for sharing a video deemed to be ‘defaming’ the chief minister on...

Today is Philippe Leruth last day as president of the IFJ. In this video he shares his thoughts on his legacy, the future of the IFJ and the future of...

Filipino journalist Fidelina Margarita Valle was arrested June 9, released nine hours later is a case of ‘mistaken identity’. The International...

As over a million people took to the streets of Hong Kong to protest the government’s controversial extradition bill on June 9, a number of...

Australia’s public broadcaster, ABC had its Sydney offices raided today by Australian Federal Police (AFP) officers, the day after AFP raided the...

The 30th World Congress of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) will take place 11-14th June in Tunis. Over 300 participants representing...

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), the public broadcaster allegedly pulled a radio news story following complaints from mining company,...

The Sri Lanka media were blocked from live proceedings of the Parliament Select Committee (PSC) on May 29, which was probing the Easter Sunday...

A new report by the Uyghur Human Rights Project documents the detention of at least 58 journalists in the Xinjiang region in China. The International...