Showing items tagged with 'riot'
8 January 2021: Democracy needs a strong, independent and plural press - otherwise the mob will win.
10 December 2018: The Paris branch of the National Union of Journalists has called for assurances on the safety of the media following several members of the press, including a member, being hit by police projectiles.
10 August 2016: It is important the NUJ works with and has the confidence of the diverse communities in which our member work.
5 December 2012: The NUJ has expressed grave disappointment at the decision of a court in Northern Ireland to compel photographers to hand over footage of the riots in Belfast on 12 July 2012.
3 October 2011: "What was it that happened in those towns and cities? Was it a riot or an uprising?" Hugh Muir asked a full house at the 10th annual Claudia Jones memorial lecture.
23 September 2011: The NUJ has condemned the courts for forcing media organisations to supply riot footage and photographs to the police.
12 August 2011: Politicians calls for news-gathered images and video of the riots and social unrest across England over the last week to be used as police evidence.
19 July 2011: Belfast Recorder Judge Thomas Burgess has ordered news organisations to hand over footage of the riots in east Belfast to the Northern Ireland police, the PSNI.
22 June 2011: A Press Association photographer has been shot in Belfast.