Showing items tagged with 'press freedom'
28 November 2008: The ruling of Judge Richard Southwell, QC, in the Sally Murrer case was a resounding statement of the sanctity of journalists' sources, the NUJ said.
28 November 2008: Thames Valley police and the Crown Prosecution Service should be made to answer for the costly, failed prosecution of journalist Sally Murrer, the NUJ says.
20 November 2008: Journalists in Zimbabwe have appealed for help from colleagues around the world to enable them to keep working.
28 October 2008: The NUJ has welcomed a commitment from the Home Office to work with the union to improve recognition of journalistic freedoms by the police.
9 September 2008: The NUJ has released a short film highlighting some of the problems faced by journalists covering public demonstrations.
8 April 2008: The NUJ has condemned a growing culture of “intolerance of press freedoms” and announced major financial support for a journalist facing unprecedented legal action by the Greater Manchester police.
1 February 2008: The NUJ has called on Afghan president Hamid Karzai to overturn a death sentence handed down to journalism student Sayed Parwez Kambakhsh.
29 January 2008: NUJ general secretary Jeremy Dear has called on journalists to take a stand on quality journalism, ethics and reporters’ rights.
2 January 2008: The National Union of Journalists has paid tribute to the 171 journalists who were killed because of their profession in 2007.
26 January 2005: The NUJ has spoken out in defence of the Daily Mirror newspaper after it was issued with a gagging order in relation to an allegedly leaked memo.