Showing items tagged with 'solidarity'
8 March 2014: The IFJ marks international women's day by calling on media organisations and public authorities to confront violence against women and to take action to achieve safer working environments.
20 February 2014: NUJ protest to free detained journalists. The trial of three Al Jazeera English journalists has been adjourned until 5 March.
28 January 2014: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has given its full backing to a renewed call from Iranian journalists for the Tehran headquarters of IFJ affiliate, the Association of Iranian Journalists (AoIJ), to be reopened.
17 December 2013: The NUJ extends support and solidarity to Amazon employees in Germany who are taking strike action in a long-running pay dispute.
16 December 2013: The NUJ is supporting a demonstration, in Cape Town, outside the editorial office of South African daily newspaper, Cape Times, to demand the reinstatement of the publication's editor Alide Desnois.
16 December 2013: The last two defendants held in the OdaTV trial were released at the end of the hearing in Istanbul’s 16th High Criminal Court on Thursday 12 December. However, both defendants will remain in jail as they are serving sentences in connection with other cases.
10 December 2013: A round up of the most recent attacks on journalists at home and internationally. The NUJ has called for an end to attacks to mark UN human rights day.
7 November 2013: The union stands opposed to the shutdown of national public broadcaster ERT and stands in support with our colleagues in Greece.
7 November 2013: A protest to demand the release of the Aljazeera reporter and cameraman who are in detention in Egypt and to show solidarity with journalists who have lost their lives and been injured whilst covering Egypt.
6 November 2013: In June 2013 Turkey experienced the biggest social uprising of its history so what did the journalists union of Turkey do?