European Federation of Journalists (EFJ)
Fédération européenne des journalistes (FEJ)
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Rules adopted by Annual General Meeting, 11-12 Jun 1994, Brussels (Belgium); revised Jun 1999, Brussels; May 2000, Nuremberg (Germany). A regional organization of B-XC1937 - International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), created to deal with matters related to member unions' functions as trade unions and to the practice of professional journalism in Europe.
Develop and promote common interests in the field of social, economic, cultural and media policy; promote the status of the profession of journalism and media freedom; defend the material and moral working conditions of journalists in all media.
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General Meeting (every 3 years); Steering Committee; Expert Groups (5); Headquarters in Brussels (Belgium).
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