Showing items tagged with 'solidarity'
28 October 2013: We call on government authorities to stop ruthlessly clamping down on Shabelle Media Network and its journalists who are providing information to the public.
28 October 2013: NUJ holds event in parliament focused on the current situation of press freedom and journalists still in jail in Iran.
24 October 2013: A photographer and reporter have been attacked with rubber bullets and sound grenades. This latest incident is another example of the Israeli soldiers' disregard for the safety of Palestinian journalists.
18 October 2013: International journalists' federation calls on all sides involved in the war in Syria to cease the targeting of journalists, to respect media freedom and to immediately release all journalists currently under detention.
10 October 2013: NUJ joins condemnation of imprisonment of journalists in Russia
21 June 2013: Police in Turkey raided the residences of journalists working for the daily newspaper Atilim, Özgür Radio and Etkin News Agency on Tuesday 18 June.
21 June 2013: The NUJ continues to campaign in support of public sector broadcasting in Greece.
15 June 2013: The NUJ, its sister unions and the International Federation of Journalists have launched a solidarity campaign with journalists and media staff in Greece following the shut down of public broadcaster ERT.
11 June 2013: The NUJ is supporting the TUC's campaign against the failed policy of austerity.
7 June 2013: The International Federation of Journalists congress in Dublin was opened in style by Michael D Higgins, the President of Ireland, who spoke of the need to protect media diversity and pluralism.