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Tim Dawson reports on support for journalists reporting on the war on Ukraine through the IFJ-EFJ Safety Fund.
The National Union of Journalists has condemned legal action brought by authorities in Russia to force the closure of the Journalists’ and Media Workers’ Union.
British journalists accused of bias in their reporting of the war on Ukraine will no longer be permitted into Russia.
Rally in London on 9 April supports the people of Ukraine, and calls for an end to Russian action.
NUJ joins condemnation of the "deliberate killing" as deaths of media workers since the war's inception rises.
NUJ condemns journalists' death adding to the rising number of media workers killed during the war on Ukraine.
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.
The year 2020 will go down in history as the year of an unprecedented global pandemic crisis, but also as the year of the resurgence of murders of journalists and media staff around the world.
Jim Boumelha analyses 30 years of the IFJ killed list.