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Journalists covering refugee crisis face attack

22 September 2015: NUJ members working in Hungary have been threatened with arrest, photographed by police and their car number plates recorded.

Turkey's journalists call for solidarity

22 September 2015: Journalists unite to condemn the surge in attacks on press freedom and the pressure is expected to intensify as the country heads for another election in November.

Press freedom & labour rights in Turkey

17 September 2015: IFJ and EFJ with the Journalists Union of Turkey and the Journalists Association of Turkey host international conference on fighting for journalists’ rights and freedoms.

Global outrage as Al Jazeera journalists sentenced to three years in retrial in Egypt

1 September 2015: The NUJ joined international condemnation of the verdict of an Egyptian court, which convicted Al Jazeera journalists Peter Greste, Mohammad Fahmy and Baher Mohamed in their retrial.

Protest vigil for Raif Badawi, Letterkenny

24 August 2015: NUJ and Amnesty International lead protest against the flogging of Saudi Blogger Raif Badawi,Market Square, Letterkenny.

Turkish journalists are being prosecuted for a picture

5 August 2015: The IFJ and EFJ urge Turkey to drop charges against 18 journalists threatened with 7.5 years in jail.

Unions oppose media restrictions in new Spanish law

2 July 2015: Unions warn the law introduces new restrictions on the media which amount to gagging clauses and new financial penalties for taking pictures.

Protest Vigil for Raif Badawi

24 June 2015: Short protest and vigil in protest at the flogging and detention of Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi.

NUJ condemns police commissioner's "ban" of member

19 June 2015: NUJ response to the West Midlands Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner on refusing to answer a reporter's questions.

Meeting with Abed Quisini

17 June 2015: Palestine-based photojournalist Abed Quisini will be discussing the challenges he faced working for 17 years in the occupied West Bank.

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