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NUJ calls for repeal of Ireland’s blasphemy laws

10 January 2017: Union calls for repeal of blasphemy laws and for reform of defamation law.

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.

Irish government cyberbullying bills rejected at NUJ event

11 September 2015: Two bills on cyberbullying currently going through the Dáil were dissected and rejected at an NUJ event on the issue held in Dublin at the weekend.

NUJ welcomes "unambiguous ruling in favour of democracy" in Ireland

2 June 2015: The union has welcomes the High Court decision on media coverage of parliamentary affairs in Ireland.

Media failure to defend Dáil privilege may shatter public trust

29 May 2015: The NUJ has welcomed the announcement that RTÉ is to seek High Court permission to broadcast comments made in the Irish parliament about the financial affairs of media tycoon Denis O'Brien.

Calls to block amendments as research highlights benefits of FOI in Ireland

12 November 2013: The research which Ken Foxe carried out convinced us that there should be no charges for FOI. The amendments announced last week take us in the opposite direction.

Irish freelances recognised by parliamentary study on FOI

26 June 2013: An Irish parliamentary committee has recognised the unique role of freelance journalists by advocating a special registration system for them to make Freedom of Information requests.

NUJ in Irish parliament to discuss FOI legislation

6 February 2013: The NUJ will appear before a parliamentary committee on Wednesday 6 February 2013 to discuss major changes to freedom of information legislation in Ireland.

Irish Referendum Commission responds to NUJ letter

26 October 2011: The Referendum Commission in Ireland has responded to a letter sent to it by the NUJ's Irish Secretary, Séamus Dooley.

Confidentiality of sources may be at risk in Ireland

25 October 2011: The NUJ's Irish Secretary has written to the Chairman of the Referendum Commission seeking clarification of the implications for journalists of the 30th Amendment to the Irish Constitution.

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