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Israeli soldiers tear gas IFJ leaders

19 November 2018: Inside the Palestinian Territories Israeli soldiers fired tear gas on those demanding basic rights for journalists

IFJ launches global campaign to promote international press card

26 June 2015: First launched in 1927 the IFJ international press card is an instantly and internationally recognisable professional ID.

DM2014: NUJ rejects Israeli goods boycott

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.

NUJ press card now available in Welsh

29 October 2013: A bilingual press card – in Welsh and English – is now available to NUJ members in Wales.

First ever Welsh NUJ press card issued

29 October 2013: Neil Taylor is the first NUJ member to have a dual-language version of the press card.

Freedom of movement for Palestinian journalists

7 August 2013: NUJ backs Palestinian journalists' petition calling for freedom of movement and recognition of press cards.

Dacre's press card proposal denounced as 'ridiculous'

11 February 2012: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, has described a proposal by Paul Dacre, editor-in-chief of the Daily Mail, for the introduction of an industry press card as "ridiculous".

Journalists scorn Dacre's 'nonsense' licensing plan

8 February 2012: The plan by Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre to issue journalists with revocable licences has been ridiculed by journalists and their union.

Leicestershire police u-turn on journalists badge scheme

1 February 2012: Leicestershire Police today withdrew the badge scheme for journalists attending the demonstration on Saturday, after successful NUJ protests.

Police undertake not to issue their own press passes again

20 April 2011: NUJ intervention has brought an undertaking that the Lancashire Constabulary will not be issuing their own press passes again.

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