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The union’s National Executive Council motion urges the release of all hostages, a mutual cessation of violence and a permanent ceasefire.
NUJ joins over 60 signatories in calling for urgent legislation to protect journalists.
The NUJ has welcomed a Council of Europe alert urging a reversal of admission charges to this year’s Conservative party conference.
The National Union of Journalists is alarmed to learn that UK police officers have approached British-based journalists, apparently seeking evidence intended to aid the prosecution of Julian Assange.
This year marks 30 years since the proclamation of an international day for press freedom. The NEC has committed to prioritise work on this area, recognising the importance of World Press Freedom Day (3 May).
From 18-20 January, the union will hold a free in-person exhibition in London open to NUJ members and the wider public.
Planned strikes will no longer take place following the company's 4.5% pay offer to members in 2022 and 2023.
A new consultation seeks views on proposals tackling the weaponising of lawsuits to silence journalists.
Despite the pandemic, the union has carried on sterling industrial work, increased membership, brokered new recognition deals and championed journalism.