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The IFAJ Executive committee met via Zoom on 27 January with 37 members in attendance. In addition to hearing reports from the members of the Presidium, the Executive approved the 2021 budget and recognized the new schedule for upcoming Congresses
The pandemic has dominated our existence for almost a year now. It has restricted our daily lives and work, but also highlighted the importance of farming and food production.
British freelancer Jez Fredenburgh was one of two recipients of the 2019 IFAJ/Caterpillar Bursary, a grant designed to create opportunities for IFAJ members to fund special projects, seek international perspective and push their personal boundaries.
Winner of the 2020 IFAJ Star Prize Award for Print, Ian Doig discusses the story behind his award winning entry.
As pandemic lockdowns began around the world in March 2020, Zoom was the right tool at the right time. It’s easy to use, low cost and runs well even with lower bandwidth. As a result, Zoom went from 10 million to 200 million users in the space of three months.
The IFAJ Portal, a members-only online resource, is open for business and developing quickly.
04 Feb: Irish Farmer’s Journal’s Lorcan Allen And Hannah Quinn-Mulligan Win ‘The Bull’ Trophy at Irish Guild Awards
Ireland’s Guild of Agricultural Journalists announced the overall winner of the 2020 Guild of Agricultural Journalism Awards as farming newspaper, Irish Farmers Journal for a three-week investigative series which ran in July 2020.