A politician has accused media workers who shared a story on the alleged misappropriation of Covid-19 relief rice in Bangladesh of breaching the...

Nepal has been under a countrywide lockdown since March 24 but for most journalists 'working from home' is not a privilege available to them.

UPDATE 23.04.2020 Voice of America (VOA) reporter Mukhtar Mohamed Atosh was arrested by police on 20 April in Baidoa for reporting on the death of a...

After years of industrial conflict, Jang and Geo employees continue to work without pay. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its...

The Philippines Graphic website was hacked by unidentified parties on Saturday, April 18. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) condemn...

In the early hours of Tuesday 14 April, the Turkish Parliament passed a law which will lead to the release of up to 90,000 prisoners. However, it...

Jimmy Lai, media tycoon and the founder of Next Digital, was arrested by Hong Kong authorities on April 18 and charged for his role in the unlawful...

The Australian government announced new legislation to force digital news aggregators, Facebook and Google to compensate media organisations for their...

La Fédération internationale des journalistes (FIJ), première organisation mondiale de la profession avec 600.000 membres répartis dans 146 pays,...

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...

After a Houthi Court in Yemen sentenced four journalists to death on charges of treason and spying for foreign states, the International Federation of...

The Covid-19 lockdown in Nepal has seen a drastic increase in media rights violations with journalists harassed, underpaid and out of work. The...

Chen Jiaping, a Beijing-based documentary filmmaker, was arrested by Chinese authorities and charged for allegedly subverting the state after covering...

News outlets in Jakarta and in provinces across Indonesia have started to cut the salaries of the media workers amid the Covid-19 outbreak. The...

A series of attacks against journalists in Burundi have raised concerns over increased threats to media freedom in the country. The International...

Faced with economic challenges due to the Covid-19 crisis, multiple media outlets in India have resorted to staff layoffs, extended leave without pay...