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 11 and 18 December, 2020.


Journalists federation says 42 media workers killed in 2020 (ABC NEWS)

138 journalists killed in Pakistan since 1990: IFJ (DAWN)

No, covid-19 vaccines didn’t kill any trial participants — and more parsing of latest disinformation on the shots (WASHINGTON POST)

Mexican photojournalist killed after taking photos of bodies along a road (THE GUARDIAN)

Journalists targeted (DAWN)

Reporter's Notebook: Navigating Threats in Iraqi Kurdistan (VOA)

Silencing journalism (THE NEWS)

Rama Reminded to Protect Journalists as OSCE Chairperson (EXIT NEWS)

Keeping Score: Congressional Republicans Deny Election Results; Dr. Biden Defends Herself (MS.MAGAZINE)

Media watchdogs, UP community press for journalist’s freedom (BULAT LAT)

Media Freedom Groups Demand Sudan Give Jobs Back To Fired Journalists (URDUPOINT)

Media groups demand release of detained journalist (MANILA BULLETIN)

Lady Ann Salem: Good journalist, not a criminal (BULAT LAT)

Mexican journalist murdered by 'cartel members' after he took snaps of crime scene (DAILY STAR)


Un organisme international de journalisme porte le projet de loi français devant l'ONU (TRT)

La FIJ publie le Livre blanc du journalisme mondial (IDJ)

La Charte éthique pour la couverture médiatique des migrations (L'ECONOMISTE MAGHRÉBIN)

Maroc : Le Syndicat de la presse rejette toute normalisation médiatique avec Israël (YABILADI)

Togo - La FIJEEF reprend ses activités (ICILOME.COM)

Solidarité avec le peuple biélorusse, des manifestations sauvent le droit à l’information en France et une loi Magnitsky pour l’UE (IFEX)


México, letal para periodistas (EL PAÍS)

El riesgo de ser periodista (EL NACIONAL)

CNDH y Artículo 19 urgieron investigar el asesinato del fotoperiodista Jaime Castaño ocurrido en Zacatecas (INFOBAE)

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