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The NUJ sends a message of solidarity to women and girls worldwide who experience violence in many forms. All forms of abuse and violence are violations of women’s human rights and an obstacle to achieving equality.
Speaking at the union's biennial delegate conference in Dublin, Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish secretary, expressed grave concern at the increase in threats and online abuse against journalists.
Legal threats, journalists’ safety and online abuse all feature in the refreshed publication.
This year marks 30 years since the proclamation of an international day for press freedom. The NEC has committed to prioritise work on this area, recognising the importance of World Press Freedom Day (3 May).
Secretary of the NUJ’s Parliamentary Group reaffirms the group’s commitment to defeating harmful legislation.
NUJ briefing on the Online Security Bill, highlighting concerns including on technology platforms accessing confidential messages and placing sources at risk.
Tell a colleague to join the NUJ during HeartUnions week from 13-19 February.
In a series of videos, members share their experiences of threats, abuse and intimidation.
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.
“Don’t shoot the messenger” event highlights need for a ‘cultural change’ as members stand in solidarity against the abuse of all within the union.