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International journalists’ organisation to pay solidarity visit to Springer Nature picket line

A delegation of international journalists and union leaders will visit NUJ members at Springer Nature on Thursday 20 June, the first day of a series of strikes at the global academic publisher over a pay dispute.

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NUJ achieves historic union recognition at Press Association

The union has welcomed a decision by the Central Arbitration Committee to approve automatic recognition at the company.

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12 Jun 2024
Israel: Al Jazeera shutdown is dangerous and wrong

Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said: "Targeting Al Jazeera as the Israeli government has is a direct attack on free speech that brings shame on those responsible – I hope they will soon realise their error and reverse this decision.”

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07 May 2024
World Press Freedom Day 2024

As the death toll in Gaza rises to horrific levels and more than 300 BBC World Service journalists are working in exile as crackdowns on press freedom increase across the globe, today’s World Press Freedom Day finds hard-fought journalists’ rights and safety in a difficult place.

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03 May 2024
2024: International Workers' Memorial Day

The message of International Workers’ Memorial Day on Sunday 28 April is to remember the dead and fight for the living.

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26 Apr 2024
NUJ expresses deep shock at stabbing of Iran International presenter

The union expressed its shock and outrage at the stabbing of presenter Pouria Zeraati, who was set upon by a group of assailants as he left his London home earlier today. Early reports say he is in a stable condition in hospital after suffering multiple knife wounds.

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NUJ welcomes temporary reprieve in Assange appeal judgment and reiterates its call for US plea deal

Michelle Stanistreet has welcomed the decision to give Julian Assange leave to appeal, handed down at the Royal Courts of Justice in London on 26 March by Judges Victor Johnson and Dame Victoria Sharp, subject to assurances from the US government that address their grounds of appeal.

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New report details “Wild West” of freelance journalism

Research commissioned by the Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS) has revealed rights grabs, low pay and barriers to journalism remain key issues facing freelance journalists.

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20 Mar 2024
NUJ backs call for an end to the cycle of abuse against women journalists

On International Women's Day, the union is supporting calls to national police leads urging necessary action to address the harmful online violence women journalists face as part of their work.

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08 Mar 2024
#IWD: International Women's Day 2024

Today, the NUJ’s Equality Council launches its #ShowUstheMoney pay transparency campaign, plus a new guide on menopause and the workplace and as NUJ delegates take part in the Women's TUC conference.

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07 Mar 2024

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