Journalists' safety news
News about abuse, harassment and attacks on journalists.
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The NUJ members were led by vice-president Gerry Curran and Cearbhall O’Siochain, cathaoirleach, Irish Executive Council.
Oded Lifshitz and his wife Yocheved were kidnapped from their home in Kibbutz Nir Oz near the Gaza border and have been held by Hamas ever since.
Journalists covering the situation in the Middle East need to be able to do their job in safety, whether on the ground or back at home commenting on i...
A national executive council statement says the human rights of all journalists must be respected so they can report freely on the conflict.
The National Union of Journalists has called on the government and police to act swiftly and robustly to secure the safety of journalists working acro...
The union has strongly condemned the online abuse of Irish Times journalists Kitty Holland and Dara Mac Dónaill following their coverage of a violent ...
NUJ condemns decision by Chinese authorities and calls for the safety and protection of journalists throughout the country.
The union’s national executive council has passed a motion in support of members.
Ten organisations have highlighted the chilling effect of arrests on freedom of expression and urged Suella Braverman to reconsider plans under the Pu...
In a series of videos, members share their experiences of threats, abuse and intimidation.
The union has called for ‘immediate action’ and condemned arrests of three journalists by Hertforshire police.
Two British-Iranian journalists for the UK-based Persian-language TV channel have been warned of a possible risk to their lives.
Concerns raised over digital security as a new investigation uncovers journalists’ private messages have been accessed by hackers.
Union launches new resources as part of safety campaign condemning abuse targeted at journalists.
Watch members share their experiences in new clips released as part of the union's campaign on the safety of journalists.
Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, urges members to donate to the IFJ Afghanistan Safety Fund.
The union has urged immediate access to medical treatment for Tawfiq Al-Mansoori detained by Houthi authorities.
Sentencing of six people for verbally abusing journalist Nicholas Watt takes place on 30 August.
NUJ parliamentary group writes to Liz Truss urging government "makes every effort" to raise the disappearance with Brazilian authorities.