Yemeni Journalists Syndicate
The Yemeni Journalists Syndicate is a Yemeni organization established in 1976 to defend the rights of journalists and freedom of opinion and expression. It includes all Yemeni journalists who meet the conditions of membership and holds its electoral conference every four years and has good relations with its counterparts in the world. Arab journalists and the International Federation of Journalists
The development of the Yemeni media, especially the press, in what was known as the Arab Republic of Yemen and the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen in a short period of time and the signs of union work began after nearly a decade of relative stability. The unified orientation between the two parts of the country started from the North and South unions and associations, Journalists.
(1971). This was culminated in the agreement of March 1976 between Yemeni journalists from the north and the south, which stipulated that journalists in the Republic of Yemen Democracy in the south and journalists in the Arab Republic of Yemen in the north by the establishment of two press entities and the launch of the Union of Yemeni Journalists.
The Yemeni Journalists Association was established in Sana’a in April 1976 and the Yemen Democratic Journalists Organization was established in Aden less than a month after its counterpart was established in Sana’a.