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Tim Dawson, IFJ deputy general secretary, reports from the Investigatory Powers Tribunal hearing where grave breaches by the PSNI over journalists’ surveillance and attempts to uncover a source have been disclosed.
Ali Kişmir faces a ten year prison sentence for “insulting and mocking” security forces.
A year on from Mahsa Amini’s death and protests in Iran, several journalists remain imprisoned in the country.
Badri Seshadri has been charged with offences following remarks about India's chief justice.
Turkey, Sudan, Russia and Afghanistan all featured in motions focused on international issues.
NUJ backs calls by the International Federation of Journalists for greater action by governments and organisations to support Hong Kong journalists who have fled the country.
New rules will block sanctioned oligarchs from bringing defamation cases in the UK.
The union continues to support the International Federation of Journalists’ “Free Assange Now!” campaign, urging for all charges against Assange to be dropped.
Mandatory patriotic programming standards for broadcasters will further restrict press freedom.
Journalists from the New York Times and CNN are among those suspended for alleged doxing. The union has called Musk's actions hypocritical and a threat to freedom of expression.