Journalist Gharidah Farooqi has been victim of a malicious online harassment campaign for doing her job in Pakistan. The International Federation of...

The International Federation of Journalists join the campaign of its Ukrainian affiliate, the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine (NUJU), to call...

Radyo Natin Gumaca in the Philippines has struggled to secure its permits following continued harassment by Gumaca Quezon mayor. The International...

Representatives from governments in every continent today joined the IFJ, journalists unions, editors groups, public broadcasters and media...

Forty-two journalists have been targeted by Hamas forces in the past five days while covering street protests against falling living standards in the...

During a visit to Indonesia, the Timor Leste Press Council signed several agreements with local organisations to promote press freedom in Timor Leste...

Two German journalists were compelled to leave Turkey on Sunday, 10 March 2019, after their press accreditations were not renewed for 2019 without any...

The editor and a publisher of Shillong Times were fined for contempt of court, while another journalist was threatened with legal action over their...

Several journalist groups in Malaysia have come together to urge thorough consultation on the establishment of a press council in Malaysia. The...

Today, on International Women’s Day the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) calls for necessary and substantial improvement of women’s...

Amade Abubakar, a Mozambican journalist working for the state –owned radio and television Communitaria Nacedje de Macomia Cabo Delgado has been...

The website of a Hong Kong grassroots news organisation, reporting labour issues around the globe, has been blocked in mainland. The International...

For the past two weeks, the governor’s administration of Jammu and Kashmir has not given any government advertisements to Greater Kashmir and Kashmir...

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...

The Government of Tanzania has suspended the Citizen, a privately-owned daily newspaper, for seven days claiming that it “deliberately published...