'IFJ in the news' this week

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. 

1. La FIJ exige des garanties pour l’indépendance des médias au Burundi comme préalable au processus électoral

2. Media freedom message at Palestine human rights seminar

3. Ernest Sagaga (FIJ): “Les autorités burundaises doivent cesser les attaques contre les médias”

4. A la Une: la presse bâillonnée au Burundi

5. The IFJ condemns the targeting of journalists at World Press Freedom Day rally in occupied territories

6. IFJ: Impunity in the killings and threats against journalists by Kosovo’s government encourages criminals to commit new crimes

7. Enforcement of all instruments on journalists’ protection urged

8. La Federación Internacional de Periodistas (FIP) denuncia “el vergonzoso fracaso de los gobiernos” en perseguir a los asesinos de comunicadores

9. AFRIQUE : Journée Mondiale de la liberté de la Presse: L´ultimatum du Président de la FAJ aux dictateurs africains

10. The myth of free media: Journalists highlight the problems they face in Pakistan

11. 3 journalists injured during demonstration for freedom of the press

12. Media urged to promote democracy

13. Afrique: La FIJ et la FAJ condamnent l'assassinat d'un journaliste en République démocratique du Congo

14. Int'l press body denounces war on journalism

15. IFJ denounces war on journalism ahead of World Press Freedom Day

16. 15 foreign journalists confirm their participation in International Media Conference 2015

17. IFJ and SAMSN Send Condolences and Solidarity to Nepalese Colleagues

18. Libya IFJ Shocked By the Slaughter of Six Libyan Journalists and Media Workers


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