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Union calls for action on missing journalists John Cantlie & Austin Tice

16 April 2019: NUJ and IFJ call on UK government to do more to help find and free missing journalists

Gender-based violence: a call to action

2 April 2019: Take part in the campaign for a new International Labour Organisation Convention to address violence in the world of work – specifically gender-based violence.

European copyright law welcomed

26 March 2019: The NUJ welcomed the adoption by the European Parliament of the Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market.

European parliament votes to stop harassment of BBC Persian journalists & their families

14 March 2019: The European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of a resolution criticising Iran’s treatment of journalists

New copyright directive makes a mockery of journalists' authors’ rights

14 February 2019: While the EU directive does include some protections for journalists, it could deny journalists any revenue arising from the re-use of their work online and other rights.

IFJ 2018 report on journalists and media staff killed: time for action!

7 February 2019: In the Shadow of Violence: journalists and media killed in 2018, details cases of 95 journalists and media professionals who lost their lives in targeted killings, bomb attacks or crossfire incidents

Over two hundred jobs cut from BuzzFeed globally

5 February 2019: Last week BuzzFeed made 15 per cent of its workforce redundant

Cameraman killed & journalist wounded in bomb attack

30 January 2019: Abu Dhabi TV cameraman Ziad al-Sharaabi was killed in Yemen’s port city of Mokha

NUJ condemns imprisonment of Turkish journalists

29 January 2019: Ayşe Düzkan and her journalist colleagues, sentenced last year for “propagandising for a terrorist organisation”, have been sent to prison. The union is lobbying for their release.

Union calls on members to back photojournalists’ campaign

24 January 2019: The Netherlands photojournalists' strike has global ramifications

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