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NUJ at TUC Congress 2017

14 September 2017: Congress agreed to campaign to support freelance workers and voted to back the NUJ campaign on Al Jazeera.

IFJ condemns Israel’s announcement to shut down Al Jazeera

7 August 2017: Global union federation responds to Israeli government plan to close offices in Jerusalem, revoke journalists' credentials and shut down the network.

Stop attacking Al Jazeera, demands NUJ

16 June 2017: Union strongly condemns the Saudi authorities and their alliances as they clamp down on freedom of expression and the media.

NUJ condemns Egyptian court for upholding member's death penalty

19 June 2016: An Egyptian court this weekend upheld the death penalty meted out to NUJ member Ibrahim Helal, the Al Jazeera journalist sentenced in absentia in May after a 2 year legal case process.

Union condemns death sentence for NUJ member

23 May 2016: The NUJ is calling for the death sentence imposed on an NUJ member by the Egyptian authorities to be immediately overturned or a pardon granted.

Building the NUJ in your workplace: London independent broadcasting & new media branch meeting

22 April 2016: Branch meeting focused on organising in the workplace.

Global outrage as Al Jazeera journalists sentenced to three years in retrial in Egypt

1 September 2015: The NUJ joined international condemnation of the verdict of an Egyptian court, which convicted Al Jazeera journalists Peter Greste, Mohammad Fahmy and Baher Mohamed in their retrial.

Summer social - London independent broadcasting and new media branch

31 July 2015: Celebrating our members' success at the Online Media Awards.

IFJ condemns death of Al Jazeera cameraman in Syria

29 June 2015: Mohammed al-Asfer, a 19 year old Al Jazeera cameraman was shot dead, the fifth Al Jazeera media worker to be killed in Syria since 2011.

IFJ welcomes release of Ahmed Mansour, Al Jazeera reporter

23 June 2015: Ahmed Mansour has been released from detention in Germany.

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