European Federation of Journalists

How to make journalists’ unions more diverse and inclusive?

The first step for reaching a broader and diverse group of people is improving diversity and inclusiveness within the union itself. Eighteen trade union representatives from sixteen European countries attended a three-day training organised by the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI), on 28-30 October in Porto, Portugal. The host of the workshop was the Portuguese union and EFJ affiliate Sindicato dos Jornalistas (SinJor). The training aimed to provide current, future and potential leaders different tools to make their unions more inclusive and diverse, equipping them with leadership and trade union mobilising skills; providing…

ETUI-EFJ Training: Trade Union Leadership II

The Education Department of the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) will organise with EFJ a second workshop on ‘Trade Union Leadership Training II’ which will be held from 28 to 30 October 2019 in Porto, Portugal. Aims: To equip future leaders with leadership and trade union mobilising skills; To provide networking opportunities for future leaders to exchange among themselves; To find innovative and inclusive ways to mobilise and organise members Participants Participants are future leaders or key person making decisions and leading change in the organisation in the next five years.  

EFJ-ETUI delivered first training on union leadership

Twenty-five trade union representatives from 20 European countries attended a two-day training organised by the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI), on 21-22 February in Barcelona, Spain. The Spanish union FSC-CCOO, one of the EFJ affiliates in Spain, hosted the worshop. Participants – whether they are current, future or potential union leaders – were asked to reflect on how to build and lead a more inclusive and diverse journalists’ trade union. Inclusive meaning diversity in profiles within it, but also innovative ways to support current forms of journalism and mobilise new categories of journalists.…

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