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.

The IPC is an autonomous external service of the General Directorate for External Communications.

The portal is an initiative of the Federal authorities.

It provides simple, fast and user-friendly access to all the online information and services proposed by public authorities in Belgium, such as the latest news in the area of public services (decisions, new regulations, events, publications, etc.).

The International Federation of Journalists is the World’s largest organisation of journalists.

First established in 1926, the IFJ represents around 500,000 members in more than 100 countries and promotes international actions to defend press freedom and social justice through strong, free and independent trade unions of journalists.

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) is the largest organisation of journalists in Europe, representing over 320,000 journalists in 70 journalists’ organisations across 44 countries.


The Flemish Association of Journalists – abbreviated VVJ – is the professional association of journalists active in Flanders.

The majority of our members are recognized professional journalists and have official press documents.


The General Association of Professional Journalists of Belgium (AGJPB) was born in 1978 from the General Association of Belgian Press (created in 1886) and the Professional Union of the Belgian Press (1914). It enjoys the status of recognized professional union.


The Press Club Brussels Europe is a joint initiative of the associations of international journalists based in Brussels and the Brussels-Capital Region and opened its doors in December 2010 with the aim of providing a forum for conferences and debates with and among members of the media.

Since 1992, the European Journalism Centre has been building a sustainable, ethical and innovative future for journalism through grants, events, training and media development.

We are an international non-profit, headquartered in The Netherlands, that connects journalists with new ideas, skills and people.

EbS, the European Union’s TV information service, was launched in 1995 and provides EU related audiovisual material via satellite to media professionals.

The programming consists of a mix of live events, news items, stockshots on EU policies and issues. Live coverage of all European Union events, including daily briefings, press conferences, European Parliament sessions, etc.

Founded in 1985, International Association of European Journalists in Belgium is an independent non-profit vzw/asbl under Belgian law.

The association’s overall aim and mission is to promote critical journalism in the European integration process, to defend media freedom in Europe and to promote cross-border journalism.

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