国际新闻工作者联合会(IFJ)

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宗旨与使命

维护新闻自由和新闻工作者进行正常业务的自由及组织和参加工会的权利;促进并改善新闻工作者的精神和物质条件;促进各国新闻协会间的团结;推动新闻工作者的职业培训并加强对新闻工作者的教育。

组织介绍

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is the world's largest organisation of journalists.

First established as the Fédération Internationale des Journalistes (FIJ) in 1926 in Paris, it was relaunched as the International Organization of Journalists (IOJ) in 1946, and during the Cold War drove its Western members out, in its present form in 1952 in Brussels.

Today the Federation represents around 600,000 members in 140 countries.

工作领域

The IFJ promotes international action to defend press freedom and social justice through strong, free and independent trade unions of journalists.

The IFJ does not subscribe to any given political viewpoint, but promotes human rights, democracy and pluralism. 

The IFJ is opposed to discrimination of all kinds and condemns the use of media as propaganda or to promote intolerance and conflict. 

The IFJ believes in freedom of political and cultural expression and defends trade union and other basic human rights. 

The IFJ is the organisation that speaks for journalists within the United Nations system and within the international trade union movement. 

The IFJ supports journalists and their unions whenever they are fighting for their industrial and professional rights and has established an International Safety Fund to provide humanitarian aid for journalists in need. 

IFJ policy is decided by the Congress which meets every three years and work is carried out by the Secretariat based in Brussels under the direction of an elected Executive Committee.

The last Congress was held in Angers (France) from 7-10 June, 2016.