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The NUJ sends a message of solidarity to women and girls worldwide who experience violence in many forms. All forms of abuse and violence are violations of women’s human rights and an obstacle to achieving equality.
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.
NUJ calls for the protection of journalists around the world and urges members to donate to the IFJ's safety fund, providing essential assistance to colleagues in need.
Legal threats, journalists’ safety and online abuse all feature in the refreshed publication.
A new recruitment scheme for UK and Irish companies to bring skilled Afghan journalists to safety
NUJ welcomes UN commitment to investigate threats against BBC News Persian journalists and their families
The confirmation was announced on 5 July during the 53rd session of the Human Rights Council.
Journalists in the country face hostile environments, restrictions on reporting and false labelling by authorities as terrorist organisations.
The National Union of Journalists has joined the International Federation of Journalists in condemning the arrest and detention of Reza Shahir on 18 June.
Union calls for journalists' protections on all SLAPP cases, and not those limited in scope to economic crime.
Secretary of the NUJ’s Parliamentary Group reaffirms the group’s commitment to defeating harmful legislation.