BFUJ-Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists is a national union of professional journalists in Bangladesh. It was founded in 1950 as the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists. After the independence of Bangladesh in 1971 the name was changed to Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists. THe Union has called for repeal of section 57 of the information and communication technology act of Bangladesh, which is accused was being used to censure journalist. The union has 3786 members throughout Bangladesh. Manjurul Ahsan Bulbul and Omar Faruque were elected president and secretary general respectively of the union in 2017.

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Welcome to the official web portal of Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists. The web site is under construction. Please wait for all the features to be uploaded soon. – Manjurul Ahsan Bulbul, President, BFUJ

Ninth Wage Board for journalists, newspaper employees formed

Ninth Wage Board for journalists, newspaper employees formed

The government has constituted a new Wage Board to propose a new structure for salary and other benefits of journalists and employees working in newspapers and news agencies. “The government has formed the Ninth Wage Board… comprising equal number of representatives of owners, journalists and employees/workers of the newspapers and news agencies and a chairman,” …Read more

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