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Council of Europe backs freelance rights

14 December 2018: The result is legally significant for freelance journalists who will be able to collectively bargain to seek better terms for their work

Union federations support sister unions & colleagues in Turkey

19 July 2016: Trade union federations highlight the attacks on journalists and press freedom in Turkey.

Turkey should release Can Dündar & Erdem Gül immediately

27 November 2015: Journalists' unions and federations united in strong condemnation of the arrests and call for the two reporters to be released and the charges dropped.

Ukraine's ban on journalists & bloggers slammed by IFJ & EFJ

18 September 2015: Global union federation condemn Ukraine's ban of 38 European journalists and bloggers.

NUJ calls for immediate release of Jake Hanrahan & Philip Pendlebury

1 September 2015: The union is calling on the Turkish authorities to release both British journalists immediately.

IFJ & EFJ condemn the murder of journalist beaten to death in Poland

24 June 2015: Union federations join the Association of Polish Journalists in condemning the killing of Lukasz Masiak.

Azeri President should release seven jailed journalists

21 May 2015: Azerbaijan has developed a reputation as one of the world’s worst jailers of journalists. The IFJ and EFJ call on Azerbaijan President, Ilham Aliyev, to release all seven journalists who are currently behind bars.

IFJ welcomes new online platform for media protection

7 April 2015: The Council of Europe has launched an online platform dedicated to recording violations of journalists' rights in member states.

NUJ campaigns against clampdown on media freedom in Hungary

13 February 2012: The NUJ has called on the Irish government to provide leadership at European level to end the attack on civil liberties in Hungary.

Council of Europe ministers call for review of anti-terror laws

29 May 2009: Ministers from the Council of Europe's human rights network have called on their governments to review anti-terrorism laws in the face of strong criticism from journalists that they are limiting free expression and press rights.

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