Showing items tagged with 'solidarity'
6 November 2012: A delegation from the NUJ visited the Turkish consulate and embassy to deliver letters addressed to the Turkish authorities calling for the release of the 76 journalists in jail in Turkey.
2 November 2012: Costas Vaxevanis has been found not guilty of breaking data privacy laws by publishing the names of 2,000 suspected tax evaders in the weekly magazine Hot Doc.
30 October 2012: The NUJ has condemned the arrest of the journalist charged with a breach of privacy after publishing a list of more than 2,000 Greeks who hold accounts with the HSBC bank in Switzerland.
24 October 2012: Dreadful working conditions and labour rights abuses at a radio station, Radio Bar Kulan (RBK), set up by the United Nations to broadcast in Somalia.
17 October 2012: NUJ representatives attended the Tunisian Embassy to show solidarity and support for colleagues on strike in the country.
4 October 2012: NUJ members will be joining "A Future that Works", the TUC mass demonstration with rally on Saturday, 20 October, 2012.
10 May 2012: Hundreds of thousands of public sector workers, including members of PCS, RMT and NIPSA, are taking part in a 24-hour strike in a dispute with the government over pension changes.
9 April 2012: The Greek police and its special riot forces brutally attacked journalists covering rallies in Athens this week.
16 March 2012: The NUJ is offering support and solidarity with cleaners working at Thomson Reuters, who are taking action over poor pay and bullying by management.
13 February 2012: The NUJ has called on the Irish government to provide leadership at European level to end the attack on civil liberties in Hungary.