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The Private Members’ Bill marks a “crucial milestone for the UK to stamp out all SLAPPs targeting public interest reporting.”
The union has repeated its solidarity with journalists reporting on the war, calling for their protection whilst urging the release of all hostages and the cessation of violence.
NUJ joins calls for an immediate investigation into the deaths of all journalists.
The Israeli government has approved a new regulation that will shut news channels which ‘damage national security’. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) urges Israel to review its decision in the name of media pluralism and the public’s right to know.
NUJ joins the International Federation of Journalists in calling for obstruction charges against the union leader to be dropped.
A year on from Mahsa Amini’s death and protests in Iran, several journalists remain imprisoned in the country.
Assaults on 14 and 15 August following the death of a controversial religious leader have been condemned by the union.
The Taliban’s continued targeting of journalists has had a damning impact on press freedom in the country.
Two journalists have been handed prison sentences after defamation charges were brought under the Internet Crimes law.
The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in the latest stage of Liberty’s legal action challenging the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, in which the NUJ intervened on behalf of its members to lead on arguments on the protection of journalistic communications and sources.