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.
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.
At IFAJ’s 2018 Delegate Assembly, held in conjunction with the annual congress in the Netherlands, eight new member countries were accepted as part of the organization’s continuing efforts to support agricultural journalism and communications around the world. The following is an introduction to the Nigerian guild.
2019 will bring some changes to the Global office as we say farewell to Johnnie and welcome Norma.
If you think IFAJ doesn’t look like it used to, you’re right. It looks better.
IFAJ is pleased to announce that three agricultural journalists have received funding through the organization’s new IFAJ-Caterpillar Development Bursary for special communications projects.
The IFAJ-Caterpillar Development Bursary Fund is now open to receive applications that will contribute to IFAJ members achieving their professional development goals.
James Andrews of Farmers Weekly in the United Kingdom was recognized by the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) with its first-ever IFAJ/Caterpillar Prize for AgTech Reporting award
Scott Radford-Chisholm of Australia Wins International Prize for Cattle Mustering Photo
Alexa Cook of New Zealand Wins International Prize for Digital Reporting
Nancy Nicolson of the U.K. Wins International Prize for Glencoe Gathering Broadcast
Joseph Gakpo of Ghana Wins International Prize for Fall Armyworm Video