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The NUJ is to seek an urgent meeting with the new owners of the Irish Examiner following the announcement of restructuring proposals.
The NUJ will appear before a parliamentary committee on Wednesday 6 February 2013 to discuss major changes to freedom of information legislation in Ireland.
NUJ members are being asked to support the ICTU day of protest on Saturday 9 February.
The National Union of Journalists has expressed its condolences on the death of Inez McCormack.
The NUJ in ireland has reiteated the union's strong support for NUJ member Anthony McIntyre and former Sunday Tribune journalist Ed Moloney.
Leveson's recommendations on data protection have been largely overlooked – but could have serious implications, writes Seamus Dooley, NUJ Irish Secretary, in theJournal.ie.
The National Union of Journalists has welcomed the decision of the Chairman of the Constitutional Convention in Ireland, Mr Tom Arnold, to ask members of the public who have accepted membership of the Convention to waive their right to anonymity.
The Irish Executive Council of the NUJ has called on the Irish government to respect the human rights of women.
Michelle Stanistreet calls on News International to clarify an email relating to “worrying and bizarre” changes at the Irish Sun newspaper.
A new fund to promote investigative journalism in Ireland and commemorate the work of campaigning journalist and NUJ member Mary Raftery has been launched.