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NUJ condemns as abhorrent Iran’s “convictions” of 44 journalists working on Persian-language media outlets
The union calls for action to be taken against Iran following revelations that the Tehran Revolutionary court in absentia tried the journalists on the charge of "propaganda against the Islamic Republic".
The UK government has agreed to bring in new safeguards protecting journalists from having confidential journalistic material easily accessed by state bodies
Michelle Stanistreet reacts to correspondence between BBC acting chair Dame Elan Closs Stephens and industry expert David Lloyd.
The union says more needs to be done to end the death toll for journalists, calls for the bombardments to cease and international effort to secure a just, sustainable peace and a future of respectful coexistence – one that delivers security, dignity and a future for all.
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 calls for the protection of journalists around the world and urges members to donate to the IFJ's safety fund, providing essential assistance to colleagues in need.
NUJ writes to Micheál Martin, Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, renewing its call for urgent action 22 years after Martin O'Hagan's death.
NUJ joins the International Federation of Journalists in calling for obstruction charges against the union leader to be dropped.
NUJ joins over 60 signatories in calling for urgent legislation to protect journalists.
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