European and international authors and performers' organisations from all sectors urge Member States to support the much-needed Article -14 providing...

‘Journalist unions need to adapt to the digital ecosystem and become inclusive to digital media workers to remain strong and relevant’ was one of the...

‘Unions need to shape the future for digital journalism’ was the message emerging from a two day workshop with union leaders and digital media...

This year the IFJ will celebrate World Day for Decent Work (WDDW) on 7th October by highlighting the work of unions in winning equality for all at...

The International Federation of Journalists today hosted in Brussels the first meeting of Iranian journalists based in Europe to identify common...

On Monday 20th August, Amir Hossein Miresmaeili, was sentenced by a Teheran tribunal to “ 10 years of prison, 2 years of deprivation activity in the...

On 3 July, a new media law was approved in Russia that will have as a consequence that independent journalists who publish their work in media will be...

The Newsletter features a round-up of the latest activities and actions carried out by the IFJ across the world.

The International and European Federation of Journalists (IFJ-EFJ) today backed their affiliate in Belarus, the Belarusian Association of Journalists...

The IFJ/EFJ are concerned about the rampant reproduction and making available of extracts or the entirety of journalists' and other creators' works...

Palestinian journalists are on the verge of securing new collective agreements at two of the country’s most important private sector media companies.

The first consultative meeting between Libyan journalists aiming at strengthening professional solidarity has just concluded. This initiative was...