ASSOCIATION OF TURKISH BRITISH JOURNALISTS
WE ARE ONEIt is our most essential duty to provide the ideal utilisation of mass media in the digital era and to fulfil our values with regard to our constitutional laws and regulations.
Today’s media has flourished rapidly thanks to the ‘new world order’ as much as the conventional media itself.
Indeed, conventional media has evolved into a digital media structure.
This has accelerated the integration from conventional media into the trending digital media, which in turn, became a massive tool for publishing and TV news in affecting, directing, and marking a chance on the international community.
In that sense, our organisation strives in publishing by taking decisions on all platforms via verbally, written and visually.
All these aforementioned elements are heavily significant for the legitimacy and scope of policies followed by the United Kingdom.
Turkish-British Journalists’ Association, therefore, serves for Turkey’s strong inheritance as much as its contemporary practice. Besides, it functions as a bridge between Turkish -British communities and concurrently together with our colleagues in the media industry mirrors Turkey’s politics, economy, culture and history.
Our organisation, in a dialogue with various sectors and a multitargeted communication approach, serves as press workers in both contemporary and digital media.
TURKISH BRITISH JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATIONTBJA was established in 2009 in London, the capital of England.
The union, which was formed to serve its members with agreements that comply with international norms, consists of Turkish and British press members.
Strengthening solidarity and cooperation between Turkish and British journalists is among its priorities.In addition, its main activities are promoting Turkey in the UK, strengthening its lobby, researching information and documents related to Turkey-England historical relations and Turkey's history, and supporting the written, visual and digital media organs broadcasting in Turkish in the UK.