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23 April 2014: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) welcomed the first workshop organised by member union, the Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate and involving the support of the NUJ.
13 April 2014: Conference at Eastbourne voted against a motion supporting a boycott of all Israeli goods, but supported one condemning the treatment of Palestinian journalists by the Israeli authorities.
3 December 2013: The IFJ has condemned the Israeli army for "deliberately targeting" a group of photographers covering skirmishes at Qalandia crossing between Jerusalem and Ramallah on Sunday 1 December.
24 October 2013: A photographer and reporter have been attacked with rubber bullets and sound grenades. This latest incident is another example of the Israeli soldiers' disregard for the safety of Palestinian journalists.
7 August 2013: NUJ backs Palestinian journalists' petition calling for freedom of movement and recognition of press cards.
8 March 2013: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has slammed Hamas for imposing a travel ban on a safety trainer.
5 March 2013: A Palestinian photojournalist was shot and severely injured by an Israeli soldier near the Ofer prison in Ramallah, according to the Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate.
25 January 2013: The International Federation of Journalists has accused the Hamas administration in the Gaza strip of a major clampdown on journalists, targeting especially members of its affiliated organisation, the Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate.
2 August 2012: The IFJ has accused Hamas security forces of harassing elected officials of the Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate in Gaza.
19 July 2012: The IFJ has called for respect for dignity of Palestinian journalists after reports they were forced to remove their clothes for security checks at a press conference in Jerusalem.