Annual Congress

2020 Denmark

Dansk Fodevare-Og Landbrugsjournalister / Danish Food and Agricultural Journalists

Farming Today for the Society of Tomorrow

June 24-29, 2020

The issue that is becoming increasingly critical is: How can agriculture produce enough food for the world’s future population without destroying the planet and climate – while at the same time satisfying consumer demands?

Under the theme ”Farming today for the society of tomorrow”, we would like to present how Danish agriculture is an important part of the solution.

There are therefore many good reasons for you to come to the IFAJ congress in Denmark in 2020.


For more information:

2021 Australia

Australian Council of Agricultural Journalists

September 14-18, 2021

Tuesday September 14th in Adelaide, SA – Asian Forum in the morning; Executive meeting + optional tour activity in the afternoon + official Opening Dinner.

September 15-16 in Adelaide – congress sessions and field tours

September 17-18 in Alice Springs – Field tours + closing dinner

Post Congress tour will leave for Darwin on Sunday September 19th – duration TBC


Experience the Royal Adelaide Show (put on by the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of SA) on September 11-12th as it attracts nearly half of the state’s population each year – a major event.

Contact : Clarissa Collis

2022 Switzerland

Schweizer Agrarjournalisten / Swiss Agricultural Journalists SAJ

September 2022

Contact: Roland Wyss-Aerni

Past Congresses

2019 – USA

2018  – Netherlands

2017 – South Africa

    The Annual Congress is IFAJ’s flagship event.

    Hosted by a different member guild each year, Congress brings together IFAJ members from all over the world for an immersive few days in a country’s agriculture.

    Delegates return home with a remarkable insight into different agricultural industries and practices, providing valuable opportunities to report, compare and contrast, improve knowledge and build networks. It’s also an important business event for IFAJ; it’s here that both the Executive and Delegate Assemblies meet, and strategy debated and decided.

    For the home guild, it’s a tremendous opportunity to showcase ‘their’ agriculture to the rest of the world, while at the same time building and strengthening relationships with domestic associations, trade bodies and sponsors. It also provides much-needed interaction with other guilds.

    The legacy of hosting a Congress, and around 200 overseas journalists, communicators and photographers, often leads to renewed enthusiasm and vigor for home-grown initiatives.