The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has today launched its brand new website – which will prove a great source of information for its members, affiliates and journalists across the world.
The website is modern and easy to use, making it easier for visitors to access the most up to date information on issues affecting journalists globally and in our regions. View the website at the same address as the previous one: www.ifj.org
“We are very excited to be able to unveil this modern new IFJ website which has been developed with input from our members and unions across the world and will be of great benefit to them and everyone who visits it for the latest information on matters affecting the lives and livelihood of journalists across the world,” said IFJ General Secretary Beth Costa.
“The new website will provide information on the latest developments at a global level, while also providing greater insights into the work the IFJ carries out in some of the most dangerous regions for journalists. This website shows our commitment to our affiliates and our role as the global voice of journalists.”
The website has lots of number of new features including:
A sleek new photo slideshow which is the centerpiece of the website and will illustrate the latest statements and news updates around the globe.
An interactive map where visitors can access information about work being carried out in the IFJ regions of Africa, Arab World & Middle East, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the United States and Canada.
Easy Access to info on IFJ Safety Work, with regular information and updates on work we are doing to support the safety of journalists around the world and easy access to the IFJ Safety website.
Easier and improved access to the work of IFJ’s regional offices where work and news from our regions will feature regularly on our global page and the website features tabs that provide easy access to our regional pages.
Multi-media tools, the website features a range of media tools that you can use to keep right up to date on issues, including Twitter, a Video section and a photo gallery.
A ‘SUBSCRIBE TO IFJ’ section where you can choose the information you want to receive from us. Take your pick of our Global and Regional media states and newsletters and the languages you want to receive them in.
The website also has in depth ARCHIVES sections which contain many IFJ reports and publications on a range of issues.
For more information, please contact IFJ on +32 2 235 22 17
The IFJ represents more than 600 000 journalists in 134 countries