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Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said: “The NUJ has warned political parties across the UK against using the Covid-19 regulations as a way of restricting the reporting of events, campaigns, photocalls and press conferences.
In these exceptionally volatile circumstances, in which protests can be expected to continue, in Bristol and elsewhere, the NUJ has issued additional advice to members on staying safe.
The union has expressed concern at the behaviour of some police officers towards the media covering recent protests in Bristol.
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.
The union said the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists’ plan was an important step towards ensuring journalists can carry out their work free from harassment and attack. It was launched with cross-party support.
Welcome to February’s NUJ Informed, news from the union’s national executive council.
The National Union of Journalists in the UK and Ireland has joined unions representing tens of thousands of media workers in Australia, Canada and the US in presenting a plan to save journalism from the greedy and anti-democratic tech platforms, which are sucking the lifeblood from the industry.
NUJ congratulates Belarusian union and offers solidarity to detained colleagues,
As Northern Ireland comes to grips with the damage wrought by the Covid-19 crisis, the National Union of Journalists, UK and Ireland, is calling for a strategic initiative to rescue the media so that it may continue the vital role it has played on a daily basis during this unprecedented period of social and economic uncertainty.
A survey by the National Union of Journalists has uncovered shocking evidence of abuse and harassment.