Showing items tagged with 'press freedom'
17 February 2015: Photographers cannot be made to be instruments of the state, says Irish Secretary, after journalist is forced to hand over images from outside the Department of Justice in Dublin.
13 February 2015: The NUJ joined the International Federation of Journalists in welcoming the release from prison of Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed.
13 February 2015: In his first trip to London after 400 days in jail, Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste will talk about how he managed to get through the ordeal and the wider press freedom campaign. Andy Smith, NUJ joint-president will also be speaking.
3 February 2015: The NUJ is working to support jailed journalists in Turkey.
2 February 2015: But, until the Al Jazeera journalist's colleague are freed, together with a dozen other Egyptian media workers, the campaign must continue
30 January 2015: Sunday 1 February marks 400 days in jail for journalists Mohamed Fahmy, Baher Mohamed and Peter Greste.
29 January 2015: The campaign to free Raif Badawi continues and another protest will take place tonight at the Saudi Embassy in Dublin.
27 January 2015: With guest speakers Jess Hurd, of London Photographers' Branch - 'I'm a photographer, not a domestic extremist' and Paul O'Connor - 'Stop the flogging of Raif Badawi'.
23 January 2015: Gerry Curran, cathaoirleach of the NUJ's Irish Executive Council, said the Saudi Arabian authorities' treatment of the blogger is an affront to human rights and decency, at a protest in Dublin
21 January 2015: Peaceful protest to highlight the plight of the Saudi Arabian blogger who is being flogged for expressing his views.