#IWD2023 : IFJ affiliates stand for women's rights around the globe

As today marks International Women's Day, find out what IFJ affiliates are doing to call for an improvement of women's journalists rights in the workplace.

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FRANCE : La CFDT appelle à l'égalités des salaires et des pensions de retraites  

GERMANY : DJU demands equal pay and more protection for women in the media

SPAIN : La FAPE reivindica mejorar las condiciones laborales de las mujeres periodistas

La FESP reclama igualdad y más seguridad para las periodistas

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA, KOSOVO, MONTENEGRO, MACEDONIA, CROATIA and SERBIA : BHJA, AGK, Syndikat Medija, AJM, HND and NUNS share the online exhibition "Journalists in the front rows", organized by SafeJournalists, a network of media associations and unions in the Western Balkans.

SWEDEN : Svenka Journalistforbundet underlines how women journalists are targetted by online hate

SWITZERLAND : Syndicom calls for a women's strike on 14 June

UK : NUJ encourages women journalists to unionize in order to advance their rights in newsrooms



CANADA : UNIFOR highlights the harassment of female journalists



SOMALIA: NUSOJ calls for measures to sanitize digital space for safety of women journalists

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