Internationale Verenigingen

The Association of European Journalists (AEJ), The European Shipping Presse Association (ESPA), De Europese Federatie van Verenigingen van Toeristische Journalisten (FEDAJ), de Internationale Federatie van Journalisten (IFJ), International Press Club Brussels, Koninklijke persvereniging Europa-Derde Wereld, Vereniging van Buitenlandse Journalisten (API), ...

  • Across Europe, the AEJ brings together individual journalists through their membership of the national sections. The AEJ was set up in 1962 in the then six EEC-countries.

  • The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) works in all parts of Europe to enforce trade unionist and professional matters of journalists. Its aim is to protect and defend freedom of expression and information as well as journalists' human rights.

  • The European Journalism Centre is an independent, international, non-profit foundation dedicated to the highest standards in journalism, inter alis through the further training of journalists and media professionals. Building on its extensive international network, the Centre operates as a facilitator and partner in a wide variety of journalism related projects.

  • De European Shipping Press Association (ESPA) werd in 1966 opgericht. Doel was een nauwere samenwerking tot stand brengen tussen alle betrokkenen bij de maritieme journalistiek en het verbeteren ­van de bestaande contacten tussen de persmedia en de maritieme sector.

  • The Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) is composed of nonprofit investigative journalism organisations that produce stories, conduct training, provide resources, and encourage the creation of similar nonprofit groups.

  • The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is an active global network of 160 reporters in more than 60 countries who collaborate on in-depth investigative stories.

  • The International Press Association was established in 1975 after the merging of the Union of Foreign Press in Belgium and the Association of Journalists of the European Press, which had been created with the aim of representing journalists covering European institutions.

  • The International Federation of Journalists is the world's largest organisation of journalists. First established in 1926, it was relaunched in 1946 and again, in its present form, in 1952. Today the Federation represents around 600.000 members in more than 100 countries.