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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.

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
Migrant narratives 

The NUJ’s Black Members’ Council is recommending a new suite of reporting guides and tips for when reporting stories about migration. 

12 Jan 2022
NUJ calls for public interest defence for unauthorised disclosures

Union warns the Home Office plans are a severe threat to journalism

23 Jul 2021
Spyware Pegasus helped target over 180 journalists, global report reveals

The NUJ and IFJ condemn all attempts to secretly interfere with journalists' communications

19 Jul 2021
UK government conflates journalism and espionage in latest Home Office consultation

The proposals on which the government is consulting create clear new detriments for journalists and journalism.

19 Jul 2021
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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