|General Association of the Professional Journalists of Belgium (AGJPB) - www.agjpb.be
Recognised as a professional Union, the AGJPB fulfills various legal missions, defends the interests of its members and plays a significant role in the self-regulation of the journalistic profession.
|International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) - www.ifj.org
The International Federation of Journalists is the World's largest organisation of journalists. First established in 1926, it was relaunched in 1946 and again, in its present form, in 1952. Today the Federation represents around 500,000 members in more than 100 countries. The IFJ promotes international actions to defend press freedom and social justice through strong, free and independent trade unions of journalists.
|Journalists @ Your Service - www.brusselsreporter.org
Journalists @ Your Service is a help desk set up by the International Federation of Journalists, in cooperation with API and AGJPB/AVBB. All three organisations can be found on the same floor of the International Press Centre, Résidence Palace, rue de la Loi 155. Journalists @ Your Service provides help and an introduction to Brussels for newcomers, information for journalists and media workers generally, and complements other services in Brussels
|International Press Center - Résidence Palace - www.residencepalace.be
The International Press Centre Residence Palace provides office space for journalists and meeting rooms for journalists, policymakers, spokesmen and communications experts from Belgium and abroad. It also has a bar and restaurant.
|Alliance Française de Bruxelles-Europe - www.alliancefr.be
French courses for journalists accredited to European Institutions.
|Journalists Author-rights Society (SAJ-JAM) - www.saj.be
The Journalists Author-rights Society (SAJ) was created in 1995 by the AGJPB and the AJPP (representing Journalists of Newsmagazines). Members of AGJPB and AJPP can join it by acquiring a share. The SAJ manages individual and collective author rights of the journalists concerned.
|Reporters without borders (RSF) - www.rsf.org
More than a third of the world's population lives in countries where there is no press freedom. Since 1985 Reporters Without Borders works to establish their right to information.