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NUJ co-signs letter to Rishi Sunak urging call for an immediate cessation of hostilities and an end to impunity enjoyed by Israel over IDF killing of journalists.
The International Federation of Journalists will initiate legal action against Israel if it does not adhere with orders made by the International Court of Justice.
The union’s National Executive Council motion urges the release of all hostages, a mutual cessation of violence and a permanent ceasefire.
Ask your MP to sign Early Day Motions tabled by members of the NUJ Parliamentary Group urging action from the UK government and International Criminal Court, over Israel's targeting of journalists.
NUJ calls for an end to Israel's targeting of journalists, as the death toll of Palestinian media workers in the ongoing Israel-Gaza war rises.
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.
NUJ stands in solidarity with journalists in Sudan and encourages members to donate to the IFJ’s Safety Fund offering emergency assistance.
NUJ condemns second attack in recent weeks targeting journalists reporting from Ukraine.
The union is a media partner of the Dublin conference with speakers including Noel Curran, former director general of RTÉ and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
Soldin is the 14th media worker killed since Russia invaded Ukraine.