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SLAPPs: a threat to journalists and media freedom worldwide

Hear from our panel including investigative journalists who have faced SLAPPs action. Submit a response to government’s consultation closing 19 May.

Have your say on legal threats to journalists and the chilling effect on media freedom

The NUJ is urging members to respond to a call for evidence about the use of SLAPPs in England and Wales.

World Press Freedom Day

NUJ reflects on this year's 'journalism under digital siege' theme and explores wider threats to journalists globally.

03 May 2022
Ukraine: prisoners of war must be protected from public curiosity

The National Union of Journalists is urging journalists to adhere to international humanitarian law when reporting on conflict in Ukraine.

10 Mar 2022
Human Rights Act reform: why does it matter to journalists?

NUJ Ethics Council holds a second webinar with the British Institute of Human Rights.

03 Mar 2022
What journalists need to know about the Human Rights Act – and why it needs protecting

NUJ Ethic's Council and British Institute of Human Rights webinar

Human Rights Day 2021

The NUJ condemns the "sheer quantity and malice of government attacks on human rights".

Ethical reporting of the Afghan crisis, asylum and refugees

This NUJ Ethics Council event is now available on YouTube

13 Oct 2021
NUJ and IFJ call for urgent action by UK government to help secure safe passage for under-threat former BBC journalists in Afghanistan  

More than seven weeks since the capture of Kabul by the Taliban, and the subsequent evacuation of western troops from the city, many journalists with close links to the UK remain stuck in hiding, fearful for their lives.

06 Oct 2021
DM 2021: Finance

Conference agreed to a subs increase.

22 May 2021

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