Journalists from Risaala Media Corporation on Sunday elected their union representative.

SJS welcomes Risaala Media Corporation journalists as new members paving the way for CBA

MOGADISHU, Somalia 30 May, 2021 – Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) welcomes 16 journalists from Risaala Media Corporation to join as union members, paving the way for negotiations of the journalists’ collective bargaining agreement with their employer.
Nation FM Radio journalists' membership launch event in Mogadishu.

SJS welcomes entire Nation FM Radio journalists as new members and begins collective bargaining...

MOGADISHU, Somalia, May 17 2021 - Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) today welcomed 14 new member journalists from Nation FM Radio, becoming the largest number of journalists who have joined the union in a single day.

On International Women’s Day 2021, SJS calls for equal opportunity for women journalists in...

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 08 March 2021 – On the International Women’s Day 2021, the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) calls for an equal opportunity and equal rights for women journalists in Somalia.
Weriye Kilwe Aadan Faarax. | Sawir Hore.

Communication Submitted to African Commission on Human Rights for Kilwe Farah, Journalist Detained in...

Press Statement Justice Abroad’s Michael Polak, who is instructed by the family of the journalist Kilwe Farah and is acting with the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) has...
RTN TV editor, Yusuf Abdi Shire (centre) speaks during journalists protest in Mogadishu on Sunday 17 January, 2021 to demand imprisoned journalist Kilwe's freedom. | Photo/Mohamed Jibril/ SJS.

SJS and Barrister Michael Polak call on Somalia’s Puntland authorities to drop politically motivated...

MOGADISHU, Somalia /LONDON, U.K 19 January 2021 – Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) and international barrister Michael Polak who is working with them are deeply concerned about the continued detention of freelance journalist Kilwe Adan Farah in Garowe, Puntland since 27 December 2020 and the politically motivated charges of attempted murder brought before the Puntland military court on Monday 11 January 2021.

SJS and UNSOM train Somali journalists on Freedom of Expression: Rights and Responsibilities in...

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 03 January, 2021 – Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) in partnership with the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) concluded a three-day training for more than 30 Somali journalists on Freedom of Expression: Rights and Responsibilities in Mogadishu between 30 December, 2020 – 1 January 2021.

SJS and SITCO train journalists on strategic planning, self-motivation and planning for growth

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 27 December, 2020 - Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) and Smart Institute For Training and Consultancy (SITCO) concluded a three-day training for SJS members, journalists and editors on strategic planning, self-motivation and growth planning in Mogadishu.
SJS and Facebook conduct journalists first safety training for Somali journalists.

SJS and Facebook held first safety training for journalists in Somalia

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 5 August, 2020 – Facebook in collaboration with the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) held a safety training for more than 40 journalists across Somalia on Zoom platform on Wednesday 2 September, 2020.

Media fraternity led by SJS and SOMA joined by the members of the civil...

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 28 August 2020 – Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) and the Somali Media Association (SOMA) on Thursday joined journalists, editors, media directors and civil society representatives to protest against the amended draconian media law, which has been introduced this week, following the signature of the Somali President.
SJS Secretary General, Abdalle Ahmed Mumin speaks during a protest to demand release of imprisoned Radio Hiigsi editor, Mohamed Abuuja in Mogadishu, on Monday 20 April, 2020. | Photo credit: SJS.

United for Defending Freedom of Expression: Somali media and journalists’ associations sign a historic...

MOGADISHU, Somalia 27 May, 2020 – The Somali media fraternity this week signed a historic memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Somali Bar Association to unconditionally defend the rights of the journalists and press freedom as well as to provide legal awareness for the professional journalists and media houses in Somalia.

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