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25 June 2019: The NUJ and IFJ welcome this major step forward for global labour rights.
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.
5 December 2018: The union's Irish Secretary warned that global social justice cannot be achieved without stronger legal protections for freelance and precarious workers across all sectors.
31 May 2017: Union general secretary summoned by the authorities because of organising world press freedom day activity.
24 November 2016: To mark the UN Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls, journalist unions are backing the campaign for an ILO convention to stop gender-based violence at work.
2 June 2016: The NUJ has welcomed the decision of the International Labour Organisation to challenge Ireland's failure to treat freelance workers in accordance with the rights enshrined in the organisation's convention.
8 March 2016: Global union federation and media trade unions continue to pursue the fight against bullying, harassment and violence against women journalists.
18 November 2015: IFJ welcomes ILO freedom of association report finding serious trade union and human rights violations in Somalia.
4 April 2011: Trade unionists in the UK joined a day of action to show solidarity with United States workers and their unions, fighting for the right to collective bargaining in Wisconsin and many other states.