Showing items tagged with 'journalists killed'
21 November 2011: Juan Manuel Santos, the president of Colombia, is visiting UK ministers and the Queen this week.
30 September 2011: The failure to sufficiently resource newsrooms is a damning indictment of media organisations in Ireland and poses a direct threat to modern journalism, a Belfast conference was warned.
27 September 2011: The National Union of Journalists marks the 10th anniversary of the murder of Sunday World journalist Martin O'Hagan this week.
20 June 2011: Men wearing police uniforms have attacked a journalist who works in Islamabad for The Guardian.
21 April 2011: Photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros have been killed by a mortar attack in the Libyan city of Misrata.
18 April 2011: The NUJ's Health and Safety Committee is asking all NUJ chapels to call a minute's silence to mark workers' memorial day to commemorate journalists who have been killed in the course of their work.
8 February 2011: Journalists joined other trade unionists, students and human rights campaigners at a rally in central London to mark a global day of action in solidarity with protesters demanding democracy and an end to state-sponsored violence in Egypt and its neighbouring countries.
10 January 2011: The dangers facing journalists in many countries are underlined by the latest IFJ report showing they remain targets for political extremists, gangsters and terrorists across the world.
10 September 2010: The UK government has turned down a visa request by leading Colombian journalist Claudia Julieta Duque, who was due to travel to the UK next week as a guest of the NUJ.
1 September 2010: Trade unions and representatives from across Africa have agreed to work together to improve the safety and protection of journalists in Africa.