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Government must plug BBC's funding gap, says NUJ

23 June 2020: The corporation has announced that more than 150 jobs are to go In Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Increasing support for Northern Ireland journalists

23 May 2020: Since the Stand up for Journalism initiative was launched, it has been warmly welcomed and endorsed by many more supporters

Northern Ireland unites against threats to journalists

19 May 2020: This unprecedented joint initiative aims to highlight and challenge the increasing number of threats of violence inflicted on the media

Threats to politicians who supported journalists – "an affront to democracy"

11 May 2020: Politicians who condemned threats to NUJ members last week are now also threatened by South East Antrim UDA

Today We Stand With Lyra - remembering Lyra McKee

18 April 2020: NUJ members join in solidarity and remembrance to mark the 1st anniversary of the killing of journalist and NUJ member Lyra McKee

NUJ solidarity and remembrance #WeStandWithLyra

16 April 2020: On Saturday 18 April at 11am NUJ members will join together to mark the 1st anniversary of the killing of Lyra McKee

NUJ condemns violent threat to Belfast journalist

8 April 2020: Those behind this despicable threat have issued it in the hope of silencing a specific journalist and journalism in general

Children of the Troubles - book launch in Belfast, Derry & Dublin

8 October 2019: RTÉ broadcaster Joe Duffy and Irish Times Northern Correspondent Freya McClements launch their new book Children of the Troubles, based on original interviews with almost 100 families and includes children who have never previously been publicly acknowledged as victims of the Troubles

NUJ renews appeal for O’Hagan investigation

27 September 2019: The union again calls for an independent investigation for the anniversary of Martin’s murder

NUJ condemns Paisley attack on political editor

17 September 2019: Ian Paisley’s attack on Sam McBride was unwarranted and unworthy of an MP and references to the journalists' family, religion and education are inappropriate

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