Journalists' safety news
News about abuse, harassment and attacks on journalists.
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The BBC reporter was subjected to abuse while preparing for a live broadcast; a man has since pleaded guilty.
In these exceptionally volatile circumstances, in which protests can be expected to continue, in Bristol and elsewhere, the NUJ has issued additional ...
The union has expressed concern at the behaviour of some police officers towards the media covering recent protests in Bristol.
NUJ members have informed the union they faced threats and harassment on Saturday at the Covid anti-lockdown, anti-vaccine protest that saw thousands ...
The NUJ today calls on government ministers and all politicians to stop traducing journalists and media outlets following comments by Jacob Rees-Mogg ...
The union said the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists’ plan was an important step towards ensuring journalists can carry out their work ...
Graffiti across East Belfast this week threatens Sunday World journalist.
The NUJ has responded to a further attack on HuffPost reporter Nadine White, this time by Conservative MP Neil O'Brien.
IFJ extends support and solidarity to threatened BBC journalist.
The NUJ has strongly condemned threats to a BBC Panorama team in Northern Ireland arising from their investigative journalism.
Politicians should be working to boost standards of public discourse, not indulging in petty outbursts that deepen hostility towards journalists.
Reporters and film crews became targets during demonstrations against a 9pm curfew aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
Local union branches in Belfast and Derry organise events today.
Newspaper journalist told of shoot to kill threat.
Harsher legal penalties should be considered for individuals who repeatedly threaten or attack journalists.
The union has strongly condemned a violent threat issued by loyalist paramilitaries against a journalist employed by Independent News and Media.
Scottish authorities need to hunt down the perpetrators of the attack aimed at silencing Glasgow journalists.
A survey by the National Union of Journalists has uncovered shocking evidence of abuse and harassment.
Patricia Devlin to lodge official complaint to Police Ombudsman after a 'year of inaction' by the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
Union calls for full investigation to identify and prosecute individuals who attacked and harassed photographers and reporters.