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IFJ raises concerns about fate of 30 journalists held in Yemen

5 December 2017: All parties should stop using journalists as pawns in a wider geopolitical fight and Houthis should release journalists immediately.

IFJ calls on Egypt's president to free photojournalist Shawkan

28 November 2017: IFJ calls for the release of journalists detained in Egypt.

Support for BBC Persian Service campaign grows

21 November 2017: NUJ welcomes IFJ solidarity and is pleased the UK Foreign Secretary has now committed to raise the case with the Iranian authorities.

Global campaign for new UN Convention on journalists' protection

20 November 2017: Journalists union leaders endorse IFJ's proposed International Convention on the Safety and Independence of Journalists.

Foreign Secretary must denounce Iranian targeting of BBC journalists

14 November 2017: The NUJ is calling on the British government to take immediate action to ensure this unprecedented attack on British-based media workers is stopped.

NUJ campaigns to end impunity for crimes against journalists

2 November 2017: This year the NUJ has highlighted the unresolved case of NUJ member Martin O’Hagan and the plight of Mexican journalists.

IFJ campaign to fight impunity for crimes against journalists

31 October 2017: In 2017 the annual global campaign efforts will focus on Mexico, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, and Ukraine.

Crackdown on media in Iraq condemned

31 October 2017: Global federation responds to broadcasting bans, attacks on the media and the killing of a cameraman stabbed to death.

Journalist killed in Syrian bombing

30 October 2017: The IFJ mourns the death of TV journalist Qays al-Qadi and calls on all sides in the conflict to recognize the importance of media safety.

NUJ launches international campaign against the collective persecution of journalists

25 October 2017: NUJ launches international solidarity campaign in response to criminal charges filed against BBC Persian Service journalists.

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