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21 January 2016: Statement by Séamus Dooley, Irish Secretary
7 April 2015: The Council of Europe has launched an online platform dedicated to recording violations of journalists' rights in member states.
20 October 2014: The NUJ launches a new campaign to challenge mass surveillance of the media and to protect journalists and their sources.
7 August 2013: Heavy sentences handed out to 22 journalists involved in the Ergenekon trials in Turkey.
21 June 2013: Police in Turkey raided the residences of journalists working for the daily newspaper Atilim, Özgür Radio and Etkin News Agency on Tuesday 18 June.
19 April 2013: The Greater Manchester Police (GMP) production order application for journalistic video footage concluded at Manchester Crown Court on Wednesday 17 April 2013.
13 August 2012: The NUJ continues to campaign hard for the protection of journalistic sources - a vital principle contained in the union's code of conduct.
21 July 2012: The UK National Union of Journalists welcomes all nations and people to London as part of the Olympic games.
6 June 2012: Applications for costs by the NUJ and other media organisations for the judicial review to overturn a production order by Essex Police upheld by the High Court.
The application included the original Crown court costs.
20 April 2012: A hearing on the judicial review against the decision by Chelmsford Crown Court to grant the Dale Farm footage production order has taken place at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.