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NUJ message for #WorldBookDay

5 March 2020: The NUJ is the union for staff and freelances working in publishing and campaigns for a diverse and inclusive workforce: why not ask a colleague to join today?

IFJ launches solidarity fund to help Yemen's journalists

5 November 2015: The IFJ has launched a solidarity fund to provide financial aid and humanitarian assistance to Yemeni journalists and their families.

IFJ president addresses World Human Rights Forum in Marrakech

2 December 2014: At the World Human Rights Forum in Morocco, IFJ president Jim Boumelha was a keynote speaker during the opening ceremony in Marrakech.

World press freedom day 2014

3 May 2014: Two journalists a week are killed bringing news and information to the public.

IFJ conference agrees to stand up against hate speech

30 April 2014: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) gathered journalists, academics, and freedom of expression experts together on Friday 25 April, for the Media, Armed Conflict and Hate Speech conference in Brussels.

IFJ conference: Media, Conflict & Hate Speech

24 April 2014: International Federation of Journaists and high-profile speakers discuss the negative impact hate speech in media can have during armed conflicts.

President of Ireland speaks of need to protect media diversity at IFJ world congress

5 June 2013: Michael D Higgins, The President of Ireland, stressed the need to protect media diversity and pluralism at the International Federation of Journalists' world congress opening ceremony.

IFJ takes campaign for journalists' safety to UN

11 September 2012: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has taken the first step to launch a high-level campaign for the protection and safety of journalists at the General Assembly of the United Nations.

UK should take the lead in safety for journalists

22 March 2012: MPs called upon the UK government to do more to hold to account regimes that fail to investigate the deaths and incarceration of journalists, in a parliamentary debate.