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Dominique Pradalié, president of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), met Julian Assange in Belmarsh Prison, London, for the second time on 21 October.
The union has strongly condemned the sentences imposed on two Iranian journalists, Niloofar Hamedi and Elaheh Mohammadi, for reporting on the death of Mahsa Amini, whose death in police custody led to national protests.
The Israeli government has approved a new regulation that will shut news channels which ‘damage national security’. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) urges Israel to review its decision in the name of media pluralism and the public’s right to know.
The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in the latest stage of Liberty’s legal action challenging the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, in which the NUJ intervened on behalf of its members to lead on arguments on the protection of journalistic communications and sources.
At a cross party meeting in parliament, former foreign secretary David Davis MP described the treatment of journalist Julian Assange as an "atrocious breach of natural justice".
The Court of Appeal has instructed journalist Carole Cadwalladr to pay costs in excess of £1m to multimillionaire Arron Banks.
The Tunis Court of Appeal has imposed the longest prison sentence to a journalist over his failure to disclose his source.
On 10 May, the Court of Appeal heard how bulk powers under the Investigatory Powers Act, also known as the 'Snoopers' Charter', violates the rights to privacy and freedom of expression.
Ernest M. foreign rights manager for the French publisher Editions La Fabrique, was arrested by British police under terrorism legislation when he arrived in London for the London Book Fair.
New rules will block sanctioned oligarchs from bringing defamation cases in the UK.