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British Basketball Federation’s attack on photographer’s rights is not a slam dunk move

The British Basketball Federation has joined a growing list of organisations forcing photographers to provide their images and footage without payment, to gain access to cover events.

IFJ World Congress 2019, Tunis

NUJ motions about surveillance of journalists and ending the gender pay gap, were passed by the International Federation of Journalists' Congress and Jim Boumelha was re-elected as the IFJ’s honorary treasurer.

Younes M’Jahed of Morocco elected new IFJ president

The NUJ’s Jim Boumelha was also reconfirmed as the IFJ’s honorary treasurer at the IFJ Congress in Tunis.

NUJ in court challenge to the Snoopers’ Charter

The NUJ has been granted permission to intervene in a judicial review of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016. The union maintains there is inadequate protection for journalists, their equipment, materials and sources.

IFJ Congress reaffirms commitment to UN Convention on Safety of Journalists

The draft convention addresses the impunity of those who murder media professionals - 95 were killed in 2018.

NUJ condemns journalist arrests in Uttar Pradesh

The NUJ has voiced concerns over the arrests of journalists in relation to material they broadcast relating to the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath.

Journalist organisations welcome dropped charges against Russian journalist Ivan Golunov

Investigative journalist Ivan Golunov was arrested on drug-related charges, but released following outcry. He said the drugs had been planted by the police.

30th IFJ Congress kicks off in Tunis

The NUJ is taking part in the Congress of the International Federation of Journalists in Tunis, which starts today.

NUJ welcomes report calling for an end to “gagging clauses” used to cover up harassment at work

The union called the report of the UK Women and Equalities Committee, which said there must be an end to the culture of secrecy surrounding discrimination and harassment in the workplace, as highly significant.

BBC decision on pensioners’ free licences will cost £250m every year and lead to catastrophic cuts

New free licence deal for over-75s will cost the corporation an extra £250m a year, with 3.7m now having to pay.

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