Showing items tagged with 'journalists detained'
18 September 2014: The NUJ has condemned the latest video released by ISIS showing British photojournalist John Cantlie.
5 September 2014: The IFJ and the Federation of Arab Journalists have met the Egyptian prime minister Ibrahim Mahlab to discuss the imprisonment of three Al Jazeera journalists.
21 August 2014: The IFJ has expressed its strong support for member unions' protests in the United States in response to the shameful treatment of journalists by a police SWAT team during the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
21 August 2014: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has expressed its deep shock following the appalling beheading of US journalist James Foley, who went missing in Syria in 2012.
19 August 2014: The IFJ has demanded the three journalists still detained should be released immediately and expressed its concern for their safety and well-being amid reports they have been subjected to abuse and torture.
30 July 2014: Union leaders have appealed for all sides involved in the ongoing Ukraine crisis to ensure that journalists reporting on events are given free and open reporting access at all times.
29 July 2014: The IFJ appeals for the government of Iran to show its commitment to press freedom and human rights by releasing the increasing number of journalists being held in the country.
16 July 2014: Today (16 July) marks 200 days of imprisonment of Al Jazeera journalists Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed. Join the protest by Tweeting your support.
1 July 2014: Former BBC colleagues of Peter Greste have written to the Egyptian Ambassador protesting at the treatment meted out to journalists in Egypt.
1 July 2014: Journalists met at the NUJ’s London headquarters a week after three Al Jazeera journalists received long jail sentences, to plan the campaign for their release.