Media Organizations Collective

“Media Organizations Collective” is a joint organization between the Free Media Movement, Sri Lanka Working Journalists’ Association, Federation of Media Employees Trade Unions, Tamil Media Alliance, Muslim Media Forum, and the Young Journalists’ Association.

An online discussion on the future joint activities of this organization was held on 18 September 2021. The discussion was also joined by Jane Verhington, International Federation of Journalists Regional Director, Asia Pacific,  and Umesh Prockwell, Program Coordinator.

This joint meeting was organized under the “IFJ – Union-to-Union” 2021 program.

A media training program for the Federation of Media Employees

A media training program for the Federation of Media Employees Trade Unions Federation’s website fmetu.org was held on October 16, 2016. This web training program was conducted by renowned web trainer Mr. Sajith Saranga. This training program for journalists was organized under the “IFJ – Union-to-Union” 2021 program

Kegalle District Journalists’ Union

The application of the registration of “Kegalle District Journalists’ Union” was handed over to the Commissioner-General of Labor Prabath Chandrakeerthi at the Ministry of Labor by District Leader, Journalist Bandara Pahalawatte. Mrs. T. C. Karunaratne, Assistant Commissioner of Labor (Trade Unions), and other leaders including the President of the Media Employees Trade Union Karunaratne Gamage are also in the picture.

“Handbook for Professional Journalists” published by the FMETU

A trilingual “Handbook for Professional Journalists” published by the Federation of Media Employees Trade Unions a supported by the IREX, handover to Hon. Labor Minister Mr. Nimal Siripala De Silva. This handbook discusses the problems of professional journalists’ rights and organizational issues.  every journalist must follow this guidebook.

Brief History of Radio Ceylon

Bauddhaloka Mawatha is a wide, tree-lined avenue in Colombo in Sri Lanka. It runs from Galle Road in the west towards Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte, the administrative capital of Sri Lanka, in the east. The avenue runs past a few university playgrounds and several colonial-era buildings, now occupied by embassies and ministries in a leafy part of Colombo 7. The cluster of buildings across the side of the road leading to the office is the Sri Lankan Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC).

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