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No more deaths in custody - demonstrate on Saturday 25 October

23 October 2014: NUJ policy is to support campaigns in response to Black deaths in custody. A campaign coalition of families and friends have organised a demonstration in London on Saturday 25 October 2014.

The 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms remembered - exhibition

30 September 2014: Special remembrance exhibition to mark the 30th anniversary of the November 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms.

NUJ welcomes international call to re-open O'Hagan murder investigation

26 September 2014: The union has welcomed the OSCE's call for the re-opening of the investigation into the murder of Martin O’Hagan.

GMB Campaigns For Justice

12 August 2014: This conference brings together a number of campaigns for justice for people who have suffered as a consequence of powerful forces thinking they are above the law.

Remembering Paul Foot

18 June 2014: Paul Foot was a brilliant investigative journalist, an inspiring agitator and a tireless campaigner against injustice. Ten years after his death this special memorial meeting will celebrate his life and politics.

NUJ backs opposition to secret trial

5 June 2014: Media groups object to secret trail of two accused of terrorism at Old Bailey.

Justice and Security Act - secret courts podcast

24 January 2014: NUJ training and panel speakers podcast on the Justice and Security Act and secret courts in the UK.

Justice Alliance protest

3 January 2014: Justice Alliance holds protest against attacks on access to justice to mark the unprecedented unified national day of action by barristers and solicitors against further legal aid cuts

Still no justice in India

25 September 2013: An update on the justice campaign in response to the anti-Sikh massacres in 1984 in India.

Justice and security bill - a charter for cover-ups

1 March 2013: Journalists, trade unions, academics, media freedom defenders and human rights campaigners join to oppose plans for secret courts in the Justice and Security Bill.

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