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Journalists sentenced to heavy jail terms in Iran

29 August 2019: Global journalists' federation offers support to Marzieh Amiri, Masoud Kazemi and Kiumars Marzban

NUJ branch protest & meeting in Omagh

23 August 2017: Join in with other NUJ members at the next Derry North West Ireland branch event in Omagh.

Unions monitor criminal trial of journalists in Turkey

20 June 2017: IFJ/EFJ observer sent to Istanbul to monitor the first trial of journalists accused of participating in the failed coup.

IFJ condemns 'farcical' threat to prosecute journalists’ leader in Somalia

31 May 2017: Union general secretary summoned by the authorities because of organising world press freedom day activity.

IFJ warns Trump against threats to press freedom

20 January 2017: International Federation of Journalists calls on the new president to stop attacking the media and respect freedom of expression.

Arab declaration for media freedom

4 May 2016: Journalists unions, human rights campaigners and media groups join together and commit to media freedom, independent journalism and the right to information.

Claudia Jones lecture, 2015

1 October 2015: The NUJ celebrates the 100th anniversary of remarkable Black Briton Claudia Jones with speakers Clive Lewiss MP and Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary.

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.

NUJ welcomes "unambiguous ruling in favour of democracy" in Ireland

2 June 2015: The union has welcomes the High Court decision on media coverage of parliamentary affairs in Ireland.

Media failure to defend Dáil privilege may shatter public trust

29 May 2015: The NUJ has welcomed the announcement that RTÉ is to seek High Court permission to broadcast comments made in the Irish parliament about the financial affairs of media tycoon Denis O'Brien.

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