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Online trolling on social media and websites targets women journalists from all political, religious and ethnic backgrounds. One of the main aspects of these attacks is that they are gendered and sexualized. Yet, many women targeted online receive little support from their media and, so far, many unions have developed limited tools to eradicate...

Today, the final day of the Centenary International Labour Conference in Geneva, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has adopted a Convention on violence and harassment in the world of work. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) welcomes a major step forward in terms of labour rights.

Welcome to the first IFJ Asia Pacific Bulletin for 2019

Almost two-thirds of women journalists have been subjected to online abuse according to a new survey published today. Ahead of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Girls (25 November), the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has published the preliminary results of its global survey on online harassment...

IFJ affiliates are at the forefront of a drive to tackle gender-based violence and harassment at work the results of a major new survey reveal.

The IFJ is backing a new global campaign to tackle gender-based violence at work.

“Violence against women and girls is one of the most systematic and widespread human rights violations. It is rooted in gendered social structures rather than individual and random acts; it cuts across age, socio-economic, educational and geographic boundaries; affects all societies; and is a major obstacle to ending gender inequality and...

Almost one in two women journalists have suffered sexual harassment, psychological abuse, online trolling and others forms of gender-based violence (GBV) while working.