International Court of Honour
Cour internationale d'honneur
1930, Paris (France), by International Federation of Journalists, 1926, to settle disputes between journalists. Together with International Federation of Journalists of the Allied and Free Countries, superseded by International Organization of Journalists (IOJ), June 1946, Copenhagen (Denmark). National organizations which had withdrawn from the latter body were instrumental in setting up, 17 May 1952, the present International Federation of Journalists (IFJ).Available with paid subscription only.
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