Showing items tagged with 'guardian'
12 April 2014: Conference passed a motion calling for a commission to be set up to look at legislation to protect individuals and organisations against unnecessary state surveillance.
14 March 2014: The deadline for entries to the 2014 Online Media Awards, which are supported by the NUJ, is today - Friday 14 March.
12 March 2014: The NUJ condemns the government's decision to appeal against judges' decision to release publication of the prince's letters to government departments
19 February 2014: Journalists have condemned the Court of Appeal judgment that it was lawful for police to seize material from David Miranda at Heathrow airport last August.
3 February 2014: The NUJ is calling on MPs to support a reasoned amendment tabled by Caroline Lucas, Jonathan Edwards, John McDonnell and Jeremy Corbyn.
6 January 2014: NUJ response to news of Simon Hoggart's death
10 December 2013: A round up of the most recent attacks on journalists at home and internationally. The NUJ has called for an end to attacks to mark UN human rights day.
4 December 2013: The IFJ has issued its stance ahead of Alan Rusbridger's appearance before the House of Commons home affairs select committee to be questioned about the leaked revelations which were published by the Guardian and Observer.
11 September 2013: NUJ's motions to campaign against workplace bullying and mass surveillance won overwhelming support at TUC Congress.
23 August 2013: Michelle Stanistreet on why she was shocked but not surprised at the detention of David Miranda for the crime of being the partner of a respected investigative journalist.