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More than 50 leaders of journalists’ unions and associations across Europe have today written to European governments and heads of state to express their deep concerns about the intensification of repression in Belarus.
All are victims of the indiscriminate repression launched by the regime of illegitimate President Lukashenko.
Reporters and film crews became targets during demonstrations against a 9pm curfew aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
Erdogan's government must make progress on ensuring media freedom and the safety of journalists.
Unions condemn the violence inflicted on colleagues and call for their immediate release.
The former editor-in-chief of the daily newspaper Cumhuriyet was sentenced to over 27 years in prison on 23 December.
NUJ congratulates Belarusian union and offers solidarity to detained colleagues,
Coalition demands an end to impunity and pledges to continue campaign until there is full justice for Daphne.
IFJ and EFJ express concern and demand assurances about deals developed with different publishers and countries
Since the Stand up for Journalism initiative was launched, it has been warmly welcomed and endorsed by many more supporters