The International and European Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and (EFJ), together with the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and Reporters sans frontières (RSF), will hold a lunch time debate at the Brussels Press Club on Monday, 15 December at 13:00 to discuss recent developments on press freedom in Turkey and reactions from EU institutions.
Jean-Paul Marthoz, Committee to Protect Journlaists Europe
Mehmet Koksal, European Federation of Journalists
Johann Bihr, Reporters sans frontières
Marthoz will review the recent positions taken by the EU in relation to Turkey while Koksal will review the recent positions taken by Turkey and the press in Turkish in relation with the EU. Bihr will give a brief overview of the press freedom situation in Turkey with a special focus on imprisoned journalists
The event will be followed by a networking drink. We expect a lot of interest groups will attend this event including: EU press correspondents, journalists, trade unionists, EU policy-makers, NGOs, and members of the wider Brussels diplomatic personnel.
Registration for this event is not required. Just show up and join the debate!
Location: Press Club Brussels Europe Rue Froissart, 95 – 1040 Brussels
Date and time: Monday, 15 December at 13:00
For more information, please contact IFJ on + 32 2 235 22 16
The IFJ represents more than 600,000 journalists in 139 countries
The EFJ represents 320,000 journalists in 41 countries in Europe