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"Terrible day for Afghan media" as 10 journalists killed in Afghanistan

1 May 2018: The reigning impunity for crimes against journalists and the government’s lack of action are key causes of increased violence against the media in Afghanistan

#DM18: Delegates remember the 162 killed journalists

20 April 2018: IFJ general secretary Anthony Bellanger says his organisation’s convention for the safety of journalists seeks to end impunity of those who kill media workers.

IFJ campaign to fight impunity for crimes against journalists

31 October 2017: In 2017 the annual global campaign efforts will focus on Mexico, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, and Ukraine.

Suicide attackers target Afghanistan’s state broadcaster

17 May 2017: Local union and international federation condemn the deadly attack on the public broadcaster in Jalalabad city.

Death toll of journalists increases in 2014

31 December 2014: The International Federation of Journalists' reports 118 media staff were killed,with Syria and Pakistan the most deadly places to work.

International Women's Day Celebration - Cambridge film

20 February 2013: Peace Unveiled - film with Q&A about women's rights in Afghanistan.

Unions propose alternatives to Comprehensive Spending Review

28 October 2010: The UK trade union movement has presented its arguments agains the UK government's Comprehensive Spending Review.

NUJ pays tribute to journalists who pursue truth

1 May 2009: Jeremy Dear, NUJ general secretary, has paid tribute to journalists who pursue the truth at a major debate in advance of Sunday's World Press Freedom Day.

Journalists killed in Afghanistan and Somalia

9 June 2008: The NUJ has sent messages of condolence to the families of two journalists killed at the weekend.

Journalism student faces death penalty in Afghanistan

1 February 2008: The NUJ has called on Afghan president Hamid Karzai to overturn a death sentence handed down to journalism student Sayed Parwez Kambakhsh.