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Hong Kong: Jimmy Lai’s national security trial begins

NUJ repeats its call for an end to the journalist’s persecution, urging the withdrawal of all charges.

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18 Dec 2023
China: journalists detained on espionage and national security charges

The National Union of Journalists has joined the International Federation of Journalists in calling on the Chinese government to release journalists arbitrarily detained in recent weeks.

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04 May 2023
Hong Kong: IFJ report explores challenges for Hong Kong journalists in the diaspora

NUJ backs calls by the International Federation of Journalists for greater action by governments and organisations to support Hong Kong journalists who have fled the country.

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06 Apr 2023
IFJ killing list reveals 68 deaths of media workers and 375 in prison

The International Federation of Journalists has published its full annual report on journalists and media staff killed and those behind bars in 2022.

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07 Feb 2023
Peers asked to support proper funding of the World Service

The BBC’s reputation as a world-class broadcaster is being severely undermined by cuts to the World Service.

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30 Nov 2022
NUJ World Service briefing December 2022

The BBC is cutting the World Service’s budget by £28.5m per year from April 2023, with 382 posts (almost one in five) to go. This NUJ briefing explains the impact of the cuts to the service.

China: journalists arrested and detained by police

NUJ condemns decision by Chinese authorities and calls for the safety and protection of journalists throughout the country.

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NUJ condemns arrest of journalist Ronson Chan

The NUJ has joined sister unions in calling on authorities to drop all charges and end the targeting of journalists in Hong Kong.

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08 Sep 2022
Hong Kong: IFJ report documents dire status of Hong Kong’s media

The International Federation of Journalists remains gravely concerned at the rapid collapse of Hong Kong’s free media since the National Security Law’s enactment in 2020 and threats to the safety and well-being of journalists. 

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11 Feb 2022
NUJ condemns raid and arrests in Hong Kong

The union today has condemned the actions of Hong Kong’s national security police and offered full solidarity to journalists and media workers in Hong Kong following the newspaper raid and arrests at Apple Daily.

17 Jun 2021

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