Federation of Arab Journalists (FAJ)
Fédération des journalistes arabes (FJA)
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1964-02-21 Cairo Egypt
21 Feb 1964, Cairo (Egypt), under the name Arab Union of Journalists -- Union des journalistes arabes. Previously also referred to as General Federation of Arab Journalists (GFAJ) -- Fédération générale des journalistes arabes (FGJA).
Serve the objectives of the Arab people in their unity; defend the causes of Arab journalists and develop their talents and abilities; defend the rights and freedoms of Arab journalists and human rights.
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General Congress (every 4 years). Permanent Bureau (meets annually). General Secretariat, comprising President, 5 Vice-Presidents, Secretary-General and 8 members. Committees (9): Foreign Relations and International Affairs; Palestine; Press Freedoms; Professional; Culture and Media; Social Affairs; Democratic Development and Human Rights; Organizational and Membership Affairs; Finance Resources Development.
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