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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 updated National Action Plan for the safety of journalists

Legal threats, journalists’ safety and online abuse all feature in the refreshed publication.

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31 Oct 2023
NUJ welcomes creation of government-led UK SLAPPs taskforce

The union will represent members through its seat, noting the taskforce as a “significant step in tackling the scourge of strategic litigation aimed at crushing freedom of expression.”

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15 Sep 2023
DM2023: safety of journalists

The safety of journalists has been and will continue to be a major priority for the union

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29 Apr 2023
NUJ launches a package of safety materials and advice

In a series of videos, members share their experiences of threats, abuse and intimidation.

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Safety tips on the go

The NUJ and Society of Editors have launched a mobile-friendly safety toolkit to help members find advice and information while they are on the move.

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03 Nov 2022
Irish government urged to act on online abuse of journalists

The National Union of Journalists has joined Mediahuis Ireland and RTÉ in calling for action to end online attacks on journalists in Ireland.

NUJ welcomes UK ratification of treaty on prevention of violence at work

Michelle Stanistreet said: “No-one should have to put up with violence and intimidation for just doing their job."

Four in five journalists have experienced threats and violence at work

Over one in three female respondents said they do not feel safe operating as a journalist in the UK, a government survey has found.

NUJ raises concerns with Met over intimidation of BBC reporter Nick Watt

The union was reacting to an incident when the Newsnight’s political editor was abused by anti-lockdown protesters in Westminster. 

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