Showing items tagged with 'press freedom'
11 May 2020: The NUJ has launched a News Recovery Plan for the UK and Ireland to sustain the press and media through the Covid-19 crisis and reinvigorate the industry into a reimagined future. It sets out a bold set of measures and interventions to support and protect jobs and quality journalism.
16 April 2020: Michelle Stanistreet has set out a bold set of measures and interventions to support and protect jobs and quality journalism now and for the future.
31 March 2020: Following constructive talks with the NUJ and the National Police Chiefs Council, the council has produced guidance on working with journalists during the Covid-19 outbreak.
7 February 2020: Number 10 has instead provided its own officially-approved images of the Prime Minister.
5 February 2020: The judicial instruments being used against Julian Assange are a monstrous attack on press freedom, NUJ national executive member Tim Dawson told a rally in London.
3 February 2020: The NUJ condemns government officials who barred certain news organisations from a political journalists' breifing at Number 10.
NUJ says government must meet lobby to reconsider changes to briefings which could hamper press freedom
6 January 2020: Moving briefings from Parliament to Downing Street will disproportionately affect local papers and small press organisations, and is ultimately a threat to the freedom of the press.
13 December 2019: The NUJ has joined the Guardian and press freedom organisations in welcoming the judge’s preliminary ruling on the case between business man Arron Banks and journalist Carole Cadwalladr.
27 November 2019: The NUJ urges the authorities to reverse their decision to shut down the Palestine TV office
29 August 2019: Global journalists' federation offers support to Marzieh Amiri, Masoud Kazemi and Kiumars Marzban