Showing items tagged with 'international'
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.
9 January 2019: The member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has been sent to prison for her work on the Paradise Papers investigation into offshore tax havens.
2 January 2019: The International Federation of Journalists’annual list shows a reverse in the downward trend of killings of journalists and media staff in the past three years and a growing crisis in journalists’safety across the globe.
1 November 2018: The vigils marked the Saudi columnist's contribution to journalism and protest against the killings of media workers across the globe.
3 October 2018: The union and IFJ have demanded a response from the country's authorities following the detention and deportation of Carl David Goette-Luciak, who had been reporting for The Guardian and The Washington Post.
NUJ calls on Honduran authorities to protect journalist covering murder trial from online smears and threats
25 September 2018: The union has called for urgent intervention to ensure the safety of Nina Lakhani, a freelancer working in Latin America for the Guardian.
3 September 2018: Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were sentenced to seven years in prison under Mayanmar’s 1923 Official Secrets Act.
6 August 2018: The NUJ has joined the International Federation of Journalists in calling for the Bangladesh police to release photojournalist Shahidul Alam.
30 July 2018: Exhibition of 18 photographs taken by Mahmoud Abu Zeid aka Shawkan, winner of the 2018 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano Press Freedom Prize, who has been imprisoned since 2013 for taking pictures of a sit-in in Cairo, Egypt.
10 July 2018: Six journalists and columnists have been heavily sentenced to prison by a court in Istanbul for alleged membership to an armed illegal terrorist organisation.