The International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit professional association for agricultural journalists in 55 countries. IFAJ members embrace freedom of the press.
Just before the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, the Mexican Guild of Agricultural Journalists (AMEXMA), one of IFAJ’s newest members, hosted then-president Owen Roberts for an extensive introduction to the guild and to Mexican agriculture
Prue Adams interviews Lena Johansson as part of a series of interviews with international agricultural journalists and farmers, called Landline to the World.
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oin IFAJ and Agrievolution Alliance for a presentation on worldwide trends in agricultural machinery and the effects of COVID-19, Tuesday, August 25, 2020 at 14h00 GMT.
En pleine lutte contre la COVID-19, les journalistes agricoles du Congo poursuivent la couverture médiatique dans les coins et recoins du territoire national. De l’Equateur en passant par le Nord-Kivu, ils sont derrière les paysans qui ne sont pas en confinement jusqu’à présent. Car , ils doivent nourrir les villes.
In the midst of the fight against COVID-19, agricultural journalists in Congo are continuing media coverage in all corners of their national territory. From the Equator through to North Kivu, they are working amongst the small landholders who have not been in confinement so far because the cities must be fed.
Reflections from the 2019 IFAJ Pre-Congress Tour
A recording of a Zoom session with a panel of young farmers as they talk about what’s next for food and farming as the world advances into the post-COVID-19 era.
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