IFAJ 2017 World Congress South Africa

Taking place between the 2nd and 8th of April 2017 in Gauteng- and the Western Cape. 
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IFAJ 2018 - The Netherlands

Theme: Dutch Roots

Main congress: 12- 15 July 2018

The main congress will start in the region Food Valley and further visits are planned to a diversity of hotspot in the Netherlands.

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By Jose van Gelder. During the IFAJ executive meeting in Berlin this January, this year’s Master Class organizing committee gathered to discuss plans for the 2012 program in Sweden, August 13-14, 2012. The plans are progressing well. Here’s an update: -    We have received 25 applications from journalists in developing countries. The Agriterra worldwide network was mainly used to identify prospective applicants. -    The venue is superb: the Royal Swedish Academy for... mehr »

By Marianne Mork, IFAJ Communications Co-Chair, Norway.  An exciting congress is coming up in Sweden, 15th-19th August this year. «We welcome you to Sweden to learn more about sustainability, which is a hot topic these days. Sweden has proven to be a pioneer in this field, and we believe the congress participants can bring home useful information after their stay here», says Congress General Lena Johansson. «We offer eight tours, in smaller groups. We do this so everyone can get a... mehr »

International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) approves plan to extend professional development and networking programs to journalists in developing nations. Berlin, Germany -- The International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) executive committee has approved plans to provide new networking and professional development opportunities for journalists in developing nations and nations without free press. The plan is pending approval of the IFAJ delegate assembly, which... mehr »

The Slovak Syndicate of Journalists Prize at the 16th  Top Agro Slovakia went to Lora Nedelceva-Dobrucká. It was a fitting tribute to this long-serving  member of the Slovak Club of Agricultural Journalists (KPN). As KPN chairman Jozef Sedlák put it: "Even if gallantness says never mention the age of a lady, I need to reveal something. Lora has been working in the print media for  50 years already." An active member of KPN, Lora has edited all the Top... mehr »

Top Agro Slovakia, one of the main annual events  of the Club of Agricultural Journalists (KPN), the  Slovak IFAJ guild, went  very successfully this year. For 16 years, KPN has been compiling its list of the 100 best Slovak agricultural companies and farms, who are honoured at the Top Agro event. At the 2011 event, the 350  guests included  Zolt Simon, the Minister of Agriculture of the Slovak Republic, who presented awards to the top  companies and farms.  ... mehr »

BRUSSELS 6th December 2011 The European network of Agricultural Journalists (ENAJ), a new organisation representing agricultural journalists from the EU was officially launched today in Brussels.  The Commissioner for Agriculture Dacian Ciolos was presented with the working charter for the ENAJ at a function attended by 140 journalists from the EU 27. The new journalist run organisation will be initially led by Belgian journalist Jef Verhaeran who explained at the launch how the idea came... mehr »

If you have an eye and ear for broadcast, consider applying to be the new coordinator for the IFAJ Star Prize for Broadcasting. The founding coordinator, Liz Harfull of Australia, put heart and soul into getting the broadcast competition off the ground and making it a solid part of the IFAJ awards program. However, lucky for Liz (but not for us), she's become a sought-after book author, and is no longer able to commit to the coordinator's role.  If you would like to be considered for the... mehr »

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