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Guidelines for journalists and private security officers aims to improve working relationships.
The NUJ condemns the "sheer quantity and malice of government attacks on human rights".
Over one in three female respondents said they do not feel safe operating as a journalist in the UK, a government survey has found.
The union has provided guidance to members covering the conference and climate emergency demonstrations.
He received a full apology from the Chief Constable of Kent Police, Alan Pughsley, which includes admissions that Mr Aitchison’s arrest, the search of his property and the imposition of bail conditions and Fixed Penalty Notice were all unlawful.
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.
On June 25 the International Labour Organization Convention 190 on violence and harassment in the world of work came into force.
NUJ members have informed the union they faced threats and harassment on Saturday at the Covid anti-lockdown, anti-vaccine protest that saw thousands march through the capital.
It was the self-employed who saw work disappear almost from the outset of the pandemic, survey finds.
As we begin to see a way out of lockdown restrictions and as Spring approaches there is more optimism in the air.