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7 February 2020: NUJ and IFJ express solidarity with whistleblowers and journalists who are braving their lives to report on the virus
25 April 2016: The decision to move the main part of its Chinese language services to Hong Kong drastically undermines UK influence in this critically important geopolitical centre.
3 May 2013: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the NUJ wrote to the embassies of the four countries in the world with the highest numbers of imprisoned journalists.
3 March 2012: The IFJ and its affiliates are marking this year's World Press Freedom Day by calling for the release of journalists held for their professional activities.
12 February 2010: Financial Times journalists are threatening to vote on industrial action if the company won't withdraw plans to force its Chinese journalists to return to China on half their current salaries or accept redundancy.