IFAJInternational Federation of Agricultural Journalists
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In the early planning stages, IFAJ representatives and their key Brazilian contact, veteran agricultural journalist and photographer Luiz Pitombo, envisioned a gathering where a handful of curious Brazilian agricultural journalists could meet informally with a few members of the federation visiting Brazil as part of IFAJ's Exposure 4 Development (E4D) program.
The contest winner will receive all-expenses paid trips to the annual IFAJ congress and an FAO project related to the UN's International Years.
With a history dating back to 1933 with the formation of the International Federation of the Agricultural Press in Belgium, the IFAJ is a non-political, professional association for agricultural journalists in 32 countries.
* Identify important global agricultural issues, according to IFAJ executives.
Through this great financial support we are able to fund student scholarships, IFAJ stipends, our award programs, the ByLine, our printed membership directory and many more activities that benefit AAEA members.
We believe in relationships and in knowing more, and will hand out $10,500 worth of stipends to send seven of our members to the 2014 IFAJ Congress, to be held in Aberdeen, Scotland, in September.
More than 725 people from 26 countries participated in the gathering which found 130 IFAJ members joining the AMS attendees.
It's time to Saddle Up and Catch the Cowboy Spirit, the theme of this year's Agricultural Media Summit (AMS) and joint International Federation of Ag Journalists (IFAJ) meeting in Fort Worth, TX.
Ag Media Summit (AMS) and International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) organizers take a break from their hard work at Billy Bob's, Ft.
The International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) and Alltech announced the five recipients of the 2008 Young Leaders in Agricultural Journalism award at IFAJ's 52nd Congress held last month in Graz, Austria.