- Enhance freedom of all citizens, says IoJ
- IoJ petition in hands of PM’s office
- Code of Ethics
- Board of Governors 2014
- Inaugural annual general meeting
- IoJ briefing: Sedition and Journalists
- At a glance – all about IoJ
- Our Constitution
- Certificate of Incorporation
- Journos’ protest petition handed to PM’s Office
- Zaid Ibrahim calls for independent media council
- New law to control press, and a promise to hobble Internet
- Web site up
Who can be members of IoJ
Membership is open to journalists at all levels from reporter or artist to editors-in-chief; that generally includes: reporters, subeditors, photographers, editorial illustrators and cartoonists, producers and presenters in broadcasting, photographers and videographers, whether employed full time, on contract, or who freelance, and whose work is published in:
* newspapers * magazines * radio or television stations * *online newspapers * web sites * news agencies * house journals * trade newsletters
• Ordinary: — those whose main source of income is derived from editorial journalistic work, whether in reporting, writing, editing, photography or videography, or editorial illustrations or editorial cartoons.
• Freelance: — those who work full-time as a journalist but are not employed by any organisation
— those employed in other occupations but who produce journalism on an occasional basis, e.g. as citizen journalists, bloggers and videographers.
— academic staff whose area of study is journalism, the media, or related fields.
— those who work in fields related to journalism, such as public relations, advertising, and marketing;
— anyone who supports the aims of the Institute and the cause of free press and free speech generally.
• Student: — those enrolled in full-time studies in journalism or related fields at a college or university.
• Corporate: — organisations who support the aims of the Institute and the cause of free and independent journalism, freedom of the press and freedom of expression.
• Affiliate: — other organisations whose members are journalists or whose activities concern journalism, the mass media, freedom of the press, freedom of expression, human rights and democracy