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NUJ joins the International Federation of Journalists in condemning violence against media workers.
NUJ expresses solidarity with journalists in the Philippines facing threats to their safety in targeted attacks within cities and provinces.
The Yemeni Journalists’ Syndicate has published a report detailing media violations including attacks against journalists throughout 2023.
Women journalists among the first to cover Mahsa Amini’s death have received further restrictions whilst imprisoned.
Union response to new details of a plan by Iranian authorities to kill UK-based journalists.
The Private Members’ Bill marks a “crucial milestone for the UK to stamp out all SLAPPs targeting public interest reporting.”
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.
The NUJ has joined the IFJ in condemning statements by Israeli ministers accusing journalists of having prior knowledge of the Hamas-led massacre.
Legal threats, journalists’ safety and online abuse all feature in the refreshed publication.
A new recruitment scheme for UK and Irish companies to bring skilled Afghan journalists to safety