This is the NUJ submission to the parliamentary bill committee on the data protection bill sent to the committee in March 2018. It covers issues such as journalistic codes, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) powers, media regulation, Leveson 2, section 40 and newspaper archives.
The final agenda to be discussed at the NUJ Delegate Meeting (DM18) in April 2018.
The NUJ submission to the Competition and Markets Authority consultation on the proposed remedies for the bid.
This is the IFJ's full annual report on journalists and media staff killed in 2017.
Media groups come together to put on record joint concerns about the lack of adequate safeguardsfor journalists relating to the authorities accesing communications data. The submission is on behalf of the Media Lawyers Association, News Media Association, Society of Editors and National Union of Journalists. The Home Office consultation closed on 18 Januray 2018.
TUCG trade unions put on record joint concerns about the lack of adequate safeguards relating to the communications data of trade union members. The Home Office consultation closed on 18 Januray 2018.
The NUJ's policy, objectives and campaigning priorities are decided at the NUJ conference – the delegate meeting (DM). The preliminary agenda contains the first draft versions of motions to be debated at the next conference in April 2018.
Coverage of the BBC Persian Service campaign in The Times.
The IFJ letter to Egypt's president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi expressing grave concern over the detention of the photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid known as Shawkan.
The International Federation of Journalists are campaigning for a new United Nations Convention aimed at giving greater protection for journalists and journalism in the face of a tide of violence and threats.