The 2019 Congress of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), held 11th-14th June in Tunis, passed two motions condemning Israel's continuous violations of press freedom in the occupied Palestinian territories.
IFJ calls on Hamas government to stop harassing journalists in Gaza Strip
Forty-two journalists have been targeted by Hamas forces in the past five days while covering street protests against falling living standards in the Gaza Strip.
Dublin National Union of Journalists to Support Eurovision Boycott
The Irish Campaign to Boycott the 2019 Eurovision in Israel, welcomes the motion passed by the Dublin Broadcasting Branch of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) on January 29th ,whereby it states it “will support any member, working in RTÉ or elsewhere, who chooses to exercise a conscientious objection towards involvement in coverage of the song contest.”
IFJ condemns closure of Gaza news agencies
26 July 2013 | via IFJ Global The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has today condemned the closure of two news organisations in Gaza, stating that the right to freedom of expression must be upheld. According to media reports, the Ma'an news agency and Al-Arabiya TV bureaus in Gaza were closed yesterday, Thursday 25 July, … Continue reading IFJ condemns closure of Gaza news agencies
IFJ statements on Gaza violence
International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) 21 November 2012: Israel Has Journalists in its Sights as Gaza Strikes Kill Three, Says IFJ The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) today accused the Israeli Defence Forces of waging war on journalists in Gaza. The Federation was reacting to yesterday's strikes which killed three journalists who were travelling in … Continue reading IFJ statements on Gaza violence