SJS Secretary-General, Abdalle Ahmed Mumin. | PHOTO/SJS.

SJS: After threats and persecution of SJS SG Abdalle Mumin, it is vital to...

MOGADISHU, Somalia 11 April, 2023 – Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) welcomes that the secretary general Abdalle Ahmed Mumin re-gained his freedom after 166 days of routine detentions, harassment, intimidation, persecution and other threats on his life due to his work as the leader of the journalists union and his role as a fearless human rights defender.
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SJS condemns vicious online attack and misinformation campaign on its network, warns those involved

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 17 December, 2019 - Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) is concerned about vicious online attacks and misinformation campaign used in various platforms which contained malware and spyware content in the past few days.
SJS Secretary-General, Abdalle Ahmed Mumin. | PHOTO/ SJS File.

Somali authorities set new conditions to drop charges and free Abdalle Mumin

MOGADISHU, Somalia 16 November 2022 – Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS), the Somali Media Association (SOMA) and the Somalia Mechanism for Safety of the Journalists (SMSJ) reject the new demands put forward by the Somalia Federal Government’s Ministry of Information in exchange for the freedom of SJS Secretary-General, Abdalle Ahmed Mumin who is currently out on bail.
COMBINED PHOTOS: Raid on Radio Mustaqbal Mogadishu on 27 April 2021. | Photo/ Private.

SJS and SOMA support Mustaqbal Media’s lawsuit against senior govt officials

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 08 May 2021 – Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) and Somali Media Association (SOMA) jointly announce their support for Radio Mustaqbal’s filing a lawsuit against the Director of the National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA), Fahad Yasin and Villa Somalia Deputy Chief of Staff, Abdinur Mohamed Ahmed over the 27 April raid on Mustaqbal Media.
concerning the attacks on journalism in Somalia.

SJS submits communications concerning attacks on journalism in Somalia to UN Bodies

MOGADISHU, Somalia/ LONDON, UK - Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) submits Communications to the United Nation’s Independent Expert on Human Rights in Somalia, Human Rights Council, and Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression concerning the attacks on journalism in Somalia.

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.

Threats, arbitrary detention against Somali journalists on the rise amid crackdown on free press

MOGADISHU, Somalia 04 December, 2022– Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) is extremely concerned by the rise of physical threats, harassment and arbitrary detention against journalists working in Somalia forcing some of the media workers to begin fleeing the country for their safety.

SJS brings together over 50 journalists, editors for a consultative meeting on Democracy, Journalism...

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 13 March, 2020- Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) organized journalists’ consultative meeting on Democracy, Journalism and Election in times of Disinformation in Mogadishu on Friday 13th March, 2020 to highlight the state of press freedom, access to information and to raise awareness challenges on Somalia’s current press freedom.

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.
Journalist Abdimalik Muse Oldon. | Photo: Courtesy/ Facebook.

Somali Journalists Syndicate Calls for the unconditional release of journalist Abdimalik Muse Oldon

MOGADISHU - MAY 21, 2019 -  Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) calls Somaliland’s Supreme Court to quash charges against journalist Abdimalik Muse Oldon and release...

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