Showing items tagged with 'journalists assaulted'
1 September 2009: Two photographers were assaulted by a man at the Climate Camp environmental protest in London on Sunday.
21 July 2009: Dozens of protestors took part in a demonstration outside the Gambian High Commission in London to call for free speech and a free press in the west African county.
22 May 2009: The NUJ has strongly condemned the violent attack on a photographer covering a funeral in Belfast.
1 May 2009: Jeremy Dear, NUJ general secretary, has paid tribute to journalists who pursue the truth at a major debate in advance of Sunday's World Press Freedom Day.
13 January 2009: The NUJ has joined journalists' unions around the world to call on the United Nations to investigate attacks on media personnel by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip.
20 November 2008: Journalists in Zimbabwe have appealed for help from colleagues around the world to enable them to keep working.
19 November 2008: The NUJ has renewed its demands that the government close a neo-Nazi website which urges supporters to target journalists.
25 February 2008: NUJ member Marc Vallée has accepted an apology and out-of-court settlement from the Metropolitan Police for “battery” (assault) and breaches of the Human Rights Act.