Showing items tagged with 'police'
13 February 2019: The increase in threats promoted the NUJ to call for stronger action from the authorities to defend press freedom and tackle the perpetrators
18 January 2019: Union leaders vehemently condemn the threat made against the NUJ member working in Belfast
10 December 2018: The Paris branch of the National Union of Journalists has called for assurances on the safety of the media following several members of the press, including a member, being hit by police projectiles.
28 September 2018: In Belfast today Martin’s branch will meet, as they did on the fateful Friday he was murdered and will again discuss threats to freedom of expression.
18 September 2018: Irish justice minister says he is "favourably disposed" to introducing legislation to make it an offence to photograph Gardaí
7 February 2018: Ever since the phone hacking scandal, and the resignation of senior Met officers, the relationship between the police and the press has been fraught. An expert panel discusses the implications for the media.
30 October 2017: Helen Mills, senior associate at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies explains the lack of transparency threatens the right to protest in the UK.
26 October 2017: A great day for journalism and democracy in Canada as new shield law to protect sources and whistleblowers is introduced.
28 September 2017: Sixteen years after his brutal murder the killers of Martin O’Hagan have not been brought to justice.
27 June 2017: The NUJ says some changes to the orginal guidelines were welcome, but on the whole they fail to create a better climate of cooperation.