Founded in 1992, the JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (JAI) is a non Profit professional and education organisation and regd. with registrar of society of India (Government of India) in 1994, under the society registration Act 1860 India.

Welcome to Our Association

The JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (JAI) (Non-Profit Organization) is working and fighting to protect for freedom of expression, under the valuable guidance of
H K Sethi since last more than 20 years.

Journalist Association of India under the flagship of Journalists Federation of India is fighting cesslessly for the Journalists Welfare, rights of media worldwide/from last twenty years, and also working for professional development for Writers, Editors, Journalists, Publishers, Correspondents, Reporters, Freelance writers, Public Relations Professionals, Photographers and other persons/individuals/organization serving in the field of media sector. Non-Profit Organization venture among independent producers and distributors.

Not only this JAI is working for the International pool of TV, movie, press ( print and electronic) and radio journalists worldwide under the valuable guidance of Mr. H.K Sethi, Secretary General of Journalist Association of India (Mobile: 09899462353). Ensuring social, legal (providing legal help) & financial protection of journalists Of News Organization.

For Raising the standards of journalists we are in Organizing seminars, bringing coaching to journalists who needs feedback & training to increase their proficiency in the industry, dedicated to defending, protects, improves the rights and safety of the journalists & promotion of the media freedom world-wide. Protects and improves the rights of journalists intellectuals & writers, tallies attack on journalists & documents the worst places to be the journalist.

Journalist Association of India (JAI) represent journalists in all sectors of media. The Journalism scene is increasingly dominated by the impact of media concentration and the influence of powerful media conglomerates around the world, there are concerns about attempts to loosen media ownership controls and there is gowing concern for the future of the powerful tradition of public service broadcasting.

The work of the Journalist Association of India (JAI) has focused on the development of independent and quality journalism in support of democratic, social and economic development, under the flagship of Journalists Federation of India (www.jfoi.org).

The Journalist Association of India (JAI) activites are articulated among the following priorities:
* Addressing democratic change, public accountability and globalisation issues.
* Strengthening independent journalist trade unions, that are best able to defend media freedom and public scrutiny.
* Advancing the respect for international standards of media/ press freedom. * Raising the professional status of journalists.
* Safty and human rights. To encourage a climate in which journalism can be practiced freely.
* Quality journalism: improving professional and ethical standards. To stimulate high standards and ethical behavior in the practice of journalism.
* Press Freedom. To maintain constant vigilance in protection/ guarantees of freedom of speech and of the press.
* Public service broadcasting.
* Gender equity.
* Developing resources. To inspire successive generations of talented individuals to become dedicated journalists. To encourage diversity in journalism.
* Conducting workshops and seminars. To foster excellence among journalists.
* To promote this flow of information.To be the pre-eminent, broad based membership organisation for journalists.

Latest News and Press Release

How 'black money' saved the Indian economy (Justin Rowlatt , BBC, South Asia correspondent
// Feb 26th, 2016
There is no question that India has the most positive economic story on the planet. Buoyed by increased... 
India caste protests: Haryana police seek rape claim leads (BBC)
// Feb 26th, 2016
The chief of police in Haryana has appealed for any leads after reports that at least 10 women were raped... 
China seeks to assure G20 over its economy (BBC)
// Feb 26th, 2016
China has sought to assure global finance ministers about the state of its slowing economy, as the G20... 
Fifa reforms passed: Salary disclosure, limit on president's term, women's football (BBC)
// Feb 26th, 2016
The Fifa president will be limited to three terms in office, in a raft of reforms passed by world football’s... 
Why a gay Indian professor's death inspired a film (BBC)
// Feb 26th, 2016
A professor from India’s prestigious Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) died in 2010 after a video... 
Is Narendra Modi's government unravelling? (BBC Delhi Correspondence Soutik Biswas)
// Feb 26th, 2016
A week is a long time in politics, and what happened in India last week has not exactly covered Narendra... 
Japan population shrinks by one million census confirms (BBC)
// Feb 26th, 2016
New census figures in Japan show the population has shrunk by nearly one million in the past five years,... 
Iran votes in first key elections since nuclear deal 4 hours ago  From the section Middle East (BBC)
// Feb 26th, 2016
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Syria conflict: IS claims deadly Homs and Damascus blasts (BBC)
// Feb 22nd, 2016
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Injured India tribal activist Soni Sori moved to Delhi (BBC)
// Feb 22nd, 2016
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Australia asylum baby 'will be sent back to Nauru' (BBC)
// Feb 22nd, 2016
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Cyclone Winston: Clean-up begins as death toll jumps to 10 (BBC)
// Feb 22nd, 2016
    A clean-up operation has begun after the most severe cyclone to hit Fiji in living memory,... 
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