The International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit professional association for agricultural journalists in 45 countries. IFAJ members embrace freedom of the press.
An agricultural direction that one rapidly growing Dutch machinery company thinks farmers and others will embrace: that is, keep it brilliant, and keep it simple.
Professional development is a basic tenet of IFAJ.
Now, IFAJ has a new goal: to professionalize itself….
IFAJ congratulates former president David Markey of Ireland (2004-2008), who has received a lifetime achievement award from the Irish Magazine Awards.
New partnership with Caterpillar will see sponsorship of two new initiatives: the IFAJ Caterpillar AgTech Reporting Award, and the Caterpillar Development Bursary.
In October IFAJ held its semi-annual executive meeting in the Czech Republic. In addition to the meetings the executives got the opportunity to do some interesting visits of farms, the university of life science and a research centre.
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No one should ever feel worried or bullied at an IFAJ event. To prevent this and always encourage a feeling of well being, IFAJ is developing its own code of conduct.
Two alumnae of the 2017 IFAJ/DuPont Pioneer Master Class helped establish the Association of Georgian Agricultural Journalists last month. The new guild was introduced to about 30 agricultural journalists from across Georgia on 27 October during a professional development workshop in Georgia’s capital city, Tbilisi.
The Guild of Agricultural Journalists of Ireland hosted their eighth biennial Michael Dillon Memorial event, when an expert panel debated the truth behind the news in the Marker Hotel, Dublin,kindly supported by Kerry Group.
22 journalists from 12 community radio stations in the West African country the Gambia have graduated from a 18 months long training course in agri-reporting, organized by Network of Agricultural Communicators – the Gambia (NAC) together with Danish Food and Agricultural Journalists.
A hearty congratulations to our colleagues in Georgia for coming together to form the Association of Georgian Agricultural Journalists (AGAJ).
2007 IFAJ-Alltech Young Leaders Award winner Jiri Masek goes on to become dean.
In keeping with IFAJ’s Vision 2020 strategic drive towards greater global outreach, the Federation held its semi-annual executive meeting in the Czech Republic on October 18-21.