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#DM18: Understanding the GDPR

19 April 2018: Conference session focused on the new general data protection regulations and key issues for media workers.

Union hails successful legal challenge to UK surveillance laws

21 December 2016: The NUJ has welcomed the decision of the European court of justice (ECJ) that general and indiscriminate retention of email and electronic communications by the UK government is illegal.

Legislative proposals represent grave threat to UK journalism

15 November 2016: NUJ highlights concerns about three draft bills currently being debated in parliament.

Seanad debate marks breakthrough for freelances in Ireland

10 November 2016: Union continues campaign to restore the right of freelance workers to be collectively represented on pay and conditions by a trade union.

IFJ supports NUJ campaign against "Snooper's Charter"

14 March 2016: The International Federation of Journalists has backed the NUJ's latest campaign against state surveillance of journalists.

#FOI needs you

13 November 2015: Take action to support the right to freedom of information.

IFJ slams Egypt for crippling fine for reporting

16 July 2015: IFJ welcomes the removal of the threat of custodial sentences but condemns the decision to replace it with a large fine.

Unions oppose media restrictions in new Spanish law

2 July 2015: Unions warn the law introduces new restrictions on the media which amount to gagging clauses and new financial penalties for taking pictures.

New UK surveillance law should include protections for journalists

12 March 2015: Any new primary legislation needs to replace the existing powers and offer a "shield law" for journalists.

Call to protect professional communications and change RIPA

20 January 2015: The Law Society, Bar Council, The British Association of Social Workers and National Union of Journalists (NUJ) have come together to express a shared concern in response to the current proposals contained in the draft code of practice for RIPA.

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