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Turkey's journalists call for solidarity

22 September 2015: Journalists unite to condemn the surge in attacks on press freedom and the pressure is expected to intensify as the country heads for another election in November.

NUJ calls for immediate release of Jake Hanrahan & Philip Pendlebury

1 September 2015: The union is calling on the Turkish authorities to release both British journalists immediately.

Support urgent medical care for Mumia Abu Jamal

26 June 2015: Contact Tom Wolf, the Governor of Pennsylvania, and urge him to act immediately to get Mumia the healthcare he needs.

IFJ & EFJ demand investigation into police attacks on Armenian media workers

25 June 2015: Armenian police attacked and detained at least 10 media workers who were covering a demonstration in the capital.

IFJ welcomes release of Ahmed Mansour, Al Jazeera reporter

23 June 2015: Ahmed Mansour has been released from detention in Germany.

IFJ and EFJ launch digital safety tips ahead of Baku games

11 June 2015: Global union federation issues safety guidelines for reporting in Azerbaijan.

Release Yemen news agency editor Salih Sanhan immediately

2 June 2015: Salih Sanhan works for the Yemeni news agency SABA and was kidnaped on 29 May.

Unions welcome new UN resolution on protecting journalists

29 May 2015: The IFJ has welcomed the new resolution of the United Nations Security Council on protecting journalists and ending impunity.

Azeri President should release seven jailed journalists

21 May 2015: Azerbaijan has developed a reputation as one of the world’s worst jailers of journalists. The IFJ and EFJ call on Azerbaijan President, Ilham Aliyev, to release all seven journalists who are currently behind bars.

IFJ joins NUJ to call on Qatari authorities to respect journalists

20 May 2015: Qatari authorities must understand that as a host of a world sporting event they must open themselves to scrutiny and not respond by arresting and harassing journalists.

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