“First of all, thank you for your request as journalists worldwide are invited to apply for membership in the World Federation of Intercultural Journalists (WOFIJ). Join several colleagues from more than 194 nations in across the globe as together we build a respected professional body that can transcend national and regional biases to become a compelling voice, a trusted source of support and an indispensable resource for journalists worldwide reporting on Intercultural related issues”said WOFIJ President Mr. Daud Abdi Daud
The Kenya Intercultural and Tourism Journalists Association (KITJA) is the seven (7) press association joined WOFIJ since its establishment last year and leads by Mr. George Kebaso who is experienced in writing feature/ articles, research reports, science topics and investigative reports on topics ranging from socio-cultural and environmental impact.
“WOFIJ is planning to reach all countries and help improve the quality journalism worldwide as soon as it can rely on” Mr. Daud added
The World Federation of Intercultural Journalists (WOFIJ) aims to remind the human kinds at all the legality processes could cause interactions between one or more cultures because along with other Aid and humanitarian emergency professionals, journalists are often “first responders” when an earthquake, prolonged conflict, civil war or a terrorist attack devastates a community.
The reason being behind WOFIJ Strategically is that the media practitioners face the challenge to identify resources that could provide early notification about developing stories related to humanity issues; background information; and timely, accurate reports about human kind’s events existing in their livelihoods. As well as to limit the lack of specialized group of media professionals who are responsible human kinds intercultural issues reporting that might compromise accuracy or carefulness in reporting the topic.