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Members of the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists are also members of the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists and the European Network of Agricultural Journalists.

This gives Guild Members access to a global network of agricultural communicators.

Guild Members are eligible to attend the annual IFAJ Congress as well as a host of overseas trips hosted by the IFAJ and ENAJ in Europe and further afield.

Signing up direct with both organisations to receive IFAJ and ENAJ news means BGAJ members will receive details of available trips as soon as they become available.

Members can sign up to receive email alerts from the IFAJ at:

https://www.ifaj.org/english-newsletter/

Members can sign up to the ENAJ newsletter here:

http://enaj.eu/enaj-newsletter/

Guild Members are also eligible to enter IFAJ awards and competitions.

The British Guild of Agricultural Journalists' IFAJ representative is Jane Craigie, who can be contacted on 01466 780078 or by emailing jane@janecraigie.com.

The Guild's ENAJ representative is Adrian Bell, who can be contacted at adrian.bell@agromavens.com.

 
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Opportunity for Guild members to immerse themselves into Danish agriculture

One of the highlights of the agricultural journalism calendar is on the horizon as hundreds of communicators from across the world prepare to attend the 2022 International Federation of Agricultural Journalists 2022 Congress. And, as usual, the…

 

IFAJ Congress stipends from Joe Watson Fund

The Joe Watson Legacy Fund is offering two stipends for the IFAJ 2022 Danish Congress. “The only way you can inform your own opinions and learn, is to see the world through another person’s eyes.” That’s how Mick Roberts, a past recipient of a…

 

Registration opens for IFAJ World Congress 2022 in Denmark

Registration is now open online for the IFAJ World Congress 2022 in Denmark. The theme is Smarter Farming and Food Production for Green and Sustainable Growth, hosted by the Danish Food and Agricultural Journalists. The main IFAJ Congress will…

 

The Road Ahead - Seven young farmers discuss what next

The road ahead - Seven young farmers discuss what next 10 July 2020 1400-1600 BST (link to world clock) Register for Zoom Webinar here This Friday from 2-4pm, a young farmers’ panel debate on what next for food and farming will be debated from…

 

Applications open for 2020 IFAJ-Alltech young leaders award

Applications are open for the 2020 International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) Young Leaders in Agricultural Journalism Award, sponsored by Alltech. Each of the IFAJ’s 53-member guilds – which include the British Guild of…

 

AgriBex Show proves good venue for ENAJ AGM

The AgriBex Show in Belgium was a great venue for the European Network of Agricultural Journalists (ENAJ) AGM, writes Chris McCullough, who attended as UK delegate. AgriBex is Belgium’s largest indoor agricultural fair and attracted around 100,…

 

Website and programme launched for Danish IFAJ Congress

The host nation of the 2020 IFAJ Congress, Denmark, has launched the event’s website and programme. The event attracts agricultural journalists and communicators from all over the world for five days with the option of adding pre and post-…

 

Applications open for 2020 IFAJ-Caterpillar bursaries

Applications are invited to the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists Caterpillar Development Bursary Fund. What agricultural journalism projects have you been nurturing? What aspect of agriculture are you itching to investigate…

 

More to US agriculture than tariffs and Trump

The Joe Watson Legacy Fund provided a bursary for Mick Roberts to attend the 2019 International Federation of Agricultural Journalists' Congress in Minneapolis, USA. In this report, Mick (pictured above) reveals what he saw and learned – and how…

 

'Planet Livestock' showcases French farming

Does any other nation handle agricultural events with quite the same aplomb as the French? SPACE – the annual livestock extravaganza that takes place in Rennes every September – suggests no exception to that rule. More than 100,000 visitors came…

 

Enquiries?

Jane Craigie (Fellow, BGAJ)

01466 780078

jane@janecraigie.com

 

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