• PFUJ Secretary General urges world media to promote peace PFUJ Secretary General urges world media to promote peace

    Lahore: PFUJ Secretary General Rana Muhammad Azeem has urged the media professionals to play their vital role to minimize violence, hatred, unrest in the world and promote peace & harmony amongst different religions, regions and different societies to make this world worth living. He said that world media should support journalists in Palestine to minimize the loss of […]

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  • IJU Concern Over Raids On NewsClick Journos IJU Concern Over Raids On NewsClick Journos

    New Delhi, 3 October 2023: The Indian Journalists Union expresses grave concern over the police raids at homes of several journalists and writers associated with news and current affairs website Newsclick early hours this morning in Delhi, following investigation related to alleged ‘terror links’ and under the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). The IJU […]

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  • NUJ-I Hold National Convention NUJ-I Hold National Convention

    In the National Convention of the National Union of Journalists (India) held in Jaipur, it was decided to run a campaign against fake news and fake journalists. More than 1500 delegates from 26 states participated in the convention of NUJI, affiliated with the International Federation of Journalists, held on August 26–27, 2023, at Nims University, […]

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  • Afghanistan: Iranian photojournalist arrested at airport by Taliban

    Iranian photojournalist Mohammad Hossein Velayati was arrested by Taliban officials at Kabul International Airport on August 19 as he attempted to leave the country. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), and its affiliate, the Afghan Independent Journalists Union (AIJU) condemn Velayati’s detention and call for his immediate release. On August 22, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard […]

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  • Afghanistan: More journalist incarcerations as Taliban marks two years in power

    After a wave of media arrests in early August, a further three journalists were taken in by the Taliban government personnel in Kandahar province on August 14, while a radio station in Helmand province was ordered to stop the broadcast of women’s voices. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) demands the Taliban authorities cease the […]

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