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New US charges against Assange could criminalise the work of investigative journalists

24 May 2019: Union reacts to news that Julian Assange has been charged with violating the US Espionage Act

Solidarity protest outside Belfast court for No Stone Unturned journalists

20 March 2019: Journalists met by supporters as they challenge the police search warrants and redactions made to warrant applications

No Stone Unturned London screening with Trevor Birney, Barry McCaffrey & Ian Cobain

20 March 2019: The screening will be followed by a Q+A session with the three investigative journalists.

No Stone Unturned - defend press freedom - write to your MP

8 March 2019: NUJ urges reps and members to contact their local MP and ask for support for the No Stone Unturned press freedom campaign

Inside Investigative Journalism: how can it pay the bills for a freelance?

16 October 2018: Russian spies? The Windrush scandal? Cambridge Analytica?Investigative journalism lives!LFB Freelance Salon with investigative journalists Meirion Jones and Paul Lashmar, now deputy head of Journalism at City University.

Support investigative journalists under threat: sign the petition

4 September 2018: The arrest of journalists Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey by detectives from Durham Constabulary, supported by officers from the Police Service of Northern Ireland, represents an attack on investigative journalism.

Centre for Investigative Journalism Summer Conference 2018

16 April 2018: Investigative journalism training, including a stream on science journalism.

Staff on BBC's flagship Panorama say cuts have dealt the programme a 'terminal blow'

19 January 2018: The number of full-time producers are due to be cut from seven to four

Freedom of Information, Factchecking and Feminism Workshop

11 December 2017: Knowledge is power. The workshop is being staged to address the shortage of women with expertise in freedom of information as part of the NUJ Scotland Stronger Voice for Women in the Media project.

Right to protest threatened by wall of silence on police surveillance

30 October 2017: Helen Mills, senior associate at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies explains the lack of transparency threatens the right to protest in the UK.

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