BFUJ-Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists is the umbrella organization of the trade unions of professional journalists in Bangladesh. It fights for protecting and promoting journalists’ rights and interests. It also works for development of media and freedom of press. Its central office is situated at the National Press Club of Bangladesh at 18 Topkhana Road, Dhaka-1000.

BFUJ was established in 1950 as Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists. After independence of Bangladesh, it was renamed as Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists (BFUJ). As the representative body of journalists of media (print, electronic and online in Bangladesh), it endeavours to promote and protect freedom of press and expression. BFUJ is a common platform of all the professional journalists.

Omar Faruque, Chief News Editor of Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, the national news agency of Bangladesh, is the president of BFUJ while Dip Azad, the Head of News of Nagarik TV, a frontline satellite television channel in Bangladesh, is its Secretary General. They took charge of the organisation for three years on October 27, 2021 after being elected to the office on October 23 the same year.

The union has 3786 members throughout Bangladesh. Sister components of BFUJ include Dhaka Union of Journalists (DUJ), Chattogram Union of Journalists (CUJ), Rajshahi Union of Journalists (RUJ) Khulna Union of Journalists (KUJ), Jessore Union of Journalists (JUJ), Bogura Union of Journalists (BUJ), Dinajpur Union of Journalists (DUJ), Mymensingh Union of Journalists (MUJ), Journalists Union Kustia (JUK) and Nararyanganj District Union of Journalists (NDUJ).