Showing items tagged with 'safety'
24 January 2018: Mohammed Al-Qadasi is the first journalist who has been killed in the country in 2018 and the IFJ is appealing for international organizations to support its Journalists’ Safety Programme in Yemen.
31 October 2017: A global campaign to end impunity for violence against journalism.
17 May 2017: Local union and international federation condemn the deadly attack on the public broadcaster in Jalalabad city.
21 July 2016: The NUJ sends condolences to friends and colleagues in Ukraine and Belarus.
16 May 2016: The IFJ affiliated union, the Indian Journalists Union, claims the two journalists were killed as a result of their work exposing corruption and criminal activities.
4 May 2016: Journalists unions, human rights campaigners and media groups join together and commit to media freedom, independent journalism and the right to information.
3 May 2016: Michelle Stanistreet, general secretary, said: "Journalists and their families frequently depend on the IFJ Safety Fund. Log on to the IFJ website, learn about its work and pledge to make a regular contribution."
5 February 2016: An NUJ member and working photographer warns colleagues and raises safety concerns following a violent demonstration in Dover.
3 February 2016: The latest report from the IFJ highlights significant trends over time relating to the killing of journalists and media staff.
IFJ calls for international laws protecting journalists to be enforced after another deadly year of killings
31 December 2015: 2015 has been another deadly year for journalists, with at least 109 journalists and media staff killed in targeted killings, bomb attacks and cross-fire incidents.