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This NUJ Ethics Council event is now available on YouTube
The Times has discovered that misconduct hearings are often surrounded in secrecy and journalists are blocked from getting information.
Maria Ressa, chief executive of Philippine digital media company Rappler, and Dmitry Muratov, editor-in-chief of the Russian Novaja Gazeta, have won the Nobel Peace Prize for their “courageous fight” for freedom of expression.
NUJ and IFJ call for urgent action by UK government to help secure safe passage for under-threat former BBC journalists in Afghanistan
More than seven weeks since the capture of Kabul by the Taliban, and the subsequent evacuation of western troops from the city, many journalists with close links to the UK remain stuck in hiding, fearful for their lives.
Tim Davie’s rise – worth £75,000 and taking his pay to £525,000 – is a massive insult to BBC staff who have experienced pay freezes, budget cuts and redundancies.
On the 20th anniversary of the death of the Sunday World journalist, Michelle Stanistreet said the failure to secure a conviction of his killers is a stain on the history of policing in Northern Ireland.
Following the refusal by the Russian government to renew BBC correspondent Sarah Rainsford’s visa, the NUJ and Russian Union of Journalists have published a joint statement.
It was a George Viner bursary which put Nabil Mehdinejad on the road to making award-winning journalist videos. The deadline for this year's applications is 5pm on Monday 16 August.
The union is to report incidents of violence against journalists and videographers covering the Euros championship to an inquiry opened by the football governing body UEFA.
Following the attempted kidnap of an Iranian journalist in New York, the union has highlighted the threats to the Iranian press in the UK.