The best thing we can do so far is to try to encourage each other and strengthen our connections with journalists who face threats and repression.
Another great professional development opportunity. Share this with colleagues!
“Agriculture needs specialized, experienced journalists and communicators who can describe and explain the whole, complex picture”
The Food & Agriculture team at Reuters Events is inviting IFAJ members to a free webinar on Thursday July 16 at 4:00 pm GMT which will explore the growing impact that technology and data are having across agriculture and food.
The IFAJ Delegate Assembly welcomed two new members at the online meeting held on Thursday, 25 June 2020. Sierra Leone and Zambia now become the 54th and 55th member countries in IFAJ.
The Courier: By IFAJ President Owen Roberts
Alltech went online this year with their annual ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference and drew a staggering 23,000 participants from 118 countries. Alltech president Dr. Mark Lyons believes a transformation is underway in the way information is delivered and received.
Arie Regev of the Israel Association of Agricultural Journalists shared this article on water footprint—a topic of great interest to Israeli journalists and their colleagues who visit the arid nation. The article also contains a link to an informative infographic. Arie’s contact at Netafim—whose CEO wrote the article—says these messages have been presented to hundreds of journalists over the years.