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The Private Members’ Bill marks a “crucial milestone for the UK to stamp out all SLAPPs targeting public interest reporting.”
The union has repeated its solidarity with journalists reporting on the war, calling for their protection whilst urging the release of all hostages and the cessation of violence.
Nasser Abu Baker, PJS president, met the International Criminal Court prosecutor on 2 December in Ramallah.
The National Union of Journalists has welcomed an announcement that the government will provide interim funding for RTÉ.
NUJ joins calls for an immediate investigation into the deaths of all journalists.
The chapel has expressed no confidence in the company’s senior leaders, following the publisher's announcement to cut hundreds of jobs.
The union welcomed a High Court ruling against the Metropolitan Police, preventing their access to confidential journalistic material.
Publication of RTÉ’s strategy document by way of media leaks is a further blow to the trust of staff in an organisation where morale is at an all-time low.
Speaking at the union's biennial delegate conference in Dublin, Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish secretary, expressed grave concern at the increase in threats and online abuse against journalists.
Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish secretary, describes Sinn Féin TD Chris Andrews' legal proceedings against political journalist Harry McGee and the Irish Times as a "sinister development."