Showing items tagged with 'egypt'
25 June 2014: The NUJ, International Federation of Journalists and broadcasters and journalists meeting to plan camapign to get reporters jailed in Egypt freed.
24 June 2014: NUJ representatives, staff and supporters gathered in London today to show support and solidarity with the journalists jailed in Egypt.
23 June 2014: As three Al Jazeera journalists were sentenced to at least seven years in jail the NUJ called on the government to protest against the treatment of all journalists in Egypt.
7 April 2014: Journalists and supporters of press freedom took part in a photo-call to mark the 100 days since the arrest of Peter Greste, Mohammed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed.
20 February 2014: NUJ protest to free detained journalists. The trial of three Al Jazeera English journalists has been adjourned until 5 March.
17 February 2014: Journalists, politicians and human rights activists will gather outside the Egyptian embassy to demand an end to the intimidation of journalists and media suppression in Egypt.
17 February 2014: Join the demonstration calling for the release of all detained journalists in Egypt and demand an end to the crack-down on mdeia workers doing their job.
30 December 2013: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has called for Egyptian authorities to immediately release a team of journalists working for Al Jazeera who have been arrested in Cairo.
14 November 2013: Mohamed Badr and Abdullah Al Shami were picked up by police and detained without charge for covering clashes in Cairo
7 November 2013: A protest to demand the release of the Aljazeera reporter and cameraman who are in detention in Egypt and to show solidarity with journalists who have lost their lives and been injured whilst covering Egypt.