The International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit professional association for agricultural journalists in 50 countries. IFAJ members embrace freedom of the press.
The semi-annual meeting of the IFAJ Executive Committee was hosted by the Irish Guild of Agricultural Journalists from 31 October to 3 November in Dublin, Ireland.
The IFAJ/Alltech Young Leader Award recognizes rising stars in member guilds, and provides outstanding career-building opportunities.
The IFAJ/Corteva Agriscience Master Class connects ag journalists from developing countries with outstanding training and networking at Congress.
Recently the first three IFAJ-Caterpillar Development Bursary Awards were announced. One of the lucky winners is Olivia Cooper from Great Britain, who will use her bursary to attend a Journalism Festival in Italy this spring.
The IFAJ Foundation took another step towards realisation at the recent Executive meeting in Dublin, Ireland, when further details of its proposed structure emerged.
Welcome to the Tips for Success section of the IFAJ Newsletter where we will regularly feature tips and advice to encourage success for your member guild. Tips for running successful meetings, encouraging participation or running events. Check back regularly to learn how other IFAJ members are encouraging success within their guilds and share your tips with us as well!
It’s that magical time of year…IFAJ contest time! Click below to learn more about the IFAJ Star Prize program—sponsored by John Deere and Rabobank—and the IFAJ/Caterpillar Ag Tech Reporting Award.
Ag journalists in Sweden are few in numbers, but highly dedicated to their work. To boost their members the Swedish guild in November arranged a conference on professional development – with a touch of luxury.
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