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LMFM broadcaster Michael Reade awarded over coverage of of child sexual abuse scandals

The NUJ member was presented with the “Recognition of Excellence” award on behalf of CVSA an international network of people who have experienced child sex abuse.

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NUJ backs Northern Ireland Policing Board request for urgent meeting with PSNI Chief Constable

The union welcomed the request by the chair and vice chair of the board for an urgent meeting with  the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) following this week’s revelations around use of surveillance powers to spy on journalists.

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HR report “first step in culture change at RTÉ”

Response to the publication of external reports on RTÉ by Séamus Dooley, NUJ  Irish Secretary.

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NUJ welcomes BBC call for inquiry into police surveillance of a journalist

The union has welcomed the decision of the BBC to write to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal about the alleged police surveillance of former journalist Spotlight journalist Vincent Kearney

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Dublin vigil for slain journalists

Members of the NUJ gathered on the steps of the Hugh Lane Galley in Dublin’s Parnell Square on Monday 29 April to remember the journalists killed in the war in Gaza.

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2024: International Workers' Memorial Day

The message of International Workers’ Memorial Day on Sunday 28 April is to remember the dead and fight for the living.

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26 Apr 2024
RTÉ should not be held to ransom in order to secure funding, says NUJ

The union has urged the Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports, and Media to expedite publication of the expert reports on RTÉ and to end the uncertainty over the funding of public service broadcasting in Ireland.


NUJ condemns “disturbing” attacks of the media during the Derry Easter Monday commemorations

The union has strongly condemned the harassment and intimidation of reporters and photographers covering the anniversary of the 1916 Rising on the streets of Derry.


NUJ welcomes improved protections for journalists targeted with lawfare

The European Council has adopted the anti-SLAPP directive with safeguards to protect media freedom and journalists facing strategic lawsuits against public participation. 


20 Mar 2024
NUJ tribute to Charlie Bird 

The funeral of Charlie Bird takes place at the Mansion House, Dublin on 14 March. The NUJ will be represented by the union’s joint vice presidents Fran McNulty and Gerry Curran, Emma O’Kelly, chair of Dublin broadcasting branch and Séamus Dooley, Irish secretary.

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12 Mar 2024

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