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Local union branches in Belfast and Derry organise events today.
NUJ members join in solidarity and remembrance to mark the 1st anniversary of the killing of journalist and NUJ member Lyra McKee
Week after week journalists at local papers and radio stations cover the stories and amplify the local voices that would not receive that attention otherwise.
Reporters covering the appearance of a man accused of the murder of journalist Lyra McKee were subject to intimidation from protesters.
The union condemned as “vile and dangerous” graffiti posted in the Creggan area of Derry attacking journalist Leona O’Neill.
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has released its annual report of killings of journalists, detailing 49 deaths worldwide in 2019.
Politicians, NUJ members and others remember Lyra McKee, killed while reporting in Derry.
Michelle Stanistreet and members of the NUJ will be representing the union at the funeral of Lyra McKee at St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast, today.