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Resolutions and statements, Sarajevo 2016

The General Meeting of the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) on 25 & 26 April, 2016 adopted a series of resolutions and statements.   Download  Resolutions Resolutions 2016 by European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) Statements Statements 2016 Sarajevos by European Federation of Journalists (EFJ)

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Resolutions and statements, Budva 2015

1. Resolutions The Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) on 2nd June, 2015 has adopted the following resolutions: A. On lobbying 1. On Authors’ rights in the digital single market Tabled by DJV, Germany, SNJ-CGT, France, and EFJ Steering Committee The Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ), meeting in Budva, Montenegro on 2nd June 2015, Noting that authors’ rights are subject to intensive attacks from free use lobbying groups; Considering that any erosion of authors’ rights principles would hamper the economic situation of journalists in Europe and threaten quality journalism; Considering that the EU…

Delegates at the EFJ Annual Meeting in Moscow casting votes on the motions.  © RUJ

Resolutions Moscow 2014

The EFJ Annual Meeting in Moscow on 20 – 21 November 2014 has adopted 18 resolutions  on Economic Crisis, Labour Rights, Gender Ethics, Press Freedom and Safety EU Lobbying You can download the resolutions in English or French. The Annual Meeting has also made statements to express solidarity with journalists and their unions in Greece, France, Palestine and the Philippines. (read the statements in English / French).

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Resolutions Verviers 2013

The EFJ Annual Meeting in Verviers on 13 – 15 May 2013 has adopted 21 resolutions on Economic Crisis, Labour Rights, Gender Media Policy Press Freedom and Safety Gender Authors’ Rights EFJ Functioning You can download the resolutions in English or French. The Annual Meeting has also made statements to express solidarity with journalists and their unions in Cyprus, Greece, Israel, France and foreign correspondents in Syria. You can download the statements in English or French. Photo: @FadilaLaanan