In this issue we look at the difficulties of ensuring copyright is protected both from the perspectives of creators and editors.
The union has urged media organisations and journalists to respond to the latest Home Office consultation setting out proposals to update the existing official secrets and espionage laws.
The BBC review fails to fully assuage concerns over cappuccino culture, dodgy recruitment practices and judgement of senior managers.
The International Federation of Journalists, backed by the NUJ, has called for the urgent reinstatement of Nasser Abu Bakr, the head of the Palestinian Journalists Syndicate following his victimisation by French news agency, AFP.
The UK government is inviting journalists to give evidence to the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists so it can put in place measures to make sure they can operate free from threats and violence.
NUJ Informed's report on the Delelgate Meeting 2021
Hamid Mir was taken off air after he gave a speech critical of the Pakistani military at a rally protesting an attack on another journalist.
This is call for evidence from the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists for journalists to contribute evidence and complete a survey so the government can improve its understanding of the problem of threats and abuse towards them, and assess to the police and judicial response. The responses will enable the committee to take action to ensure that journalists operating within the UK can do so free from threats, violence and abuse.
The head of the Palestinian Journalists Syndicate (PJS), Nasser Abu Bakr, has called on the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) to condemn attacks on media and to send a commission to investigate the crimes against journalists in Palestine.
The union now has formal trade union recognition at the media outlet.