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Come to Turkey and show your support #WPFD2017

3 May 2017: NUJ president Tim Dawson describes a meeting with Turkish journalist trade unionists in the midst of Erdogan's crackdown.

Turkish government clamps down on media ahead of elections

28 October 2015: Police in Istanbul raided of Kanaltürk and Bugün TV, part of pro-opposition media holding Koza-Ipek, this morning.

'The resistance will also bring freedom to the media' - inspiration from our sister union in Turkey

6 November 2013: In June 2013 Turkey experienced the biggest social uprising of its history so what did the journalists union of Turkey do?

NUJ marks World Press Freedom Day

3 May 2013: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the NUJ wrote to the embassies of the four countries in the world with the highest numbers of imprisoned journalists.

Renewed calls for release of imprisoned journalists in Turkey

19 April 2013: The latest hearings in the KCK Press case in Turkey are due to take place on Monday 22 April at the special security prison Silivri, outside Istanbul.

EFJ Turkey campaign update

6 February 2013: The European Federation of Journalists was represented by its president and by the president of the Turkish Union of Journalists at the trial of 46 journalists and media workers held at the special security prison Silivri, outside of Istanbul.

Unions condemn Turkey detentions of journalists

18 September 2012: The NUJ has joined international and Turkish unions to deplore the lack of fair treatment of journalists in trials overseen by special courts.

Turkey's constitutional reform requires release of journalists in prison

15 October 2010: Journalists currently in jail in Turkey must be set free immediately, if the movement towards key changes in the country's constitution is to deliver promises of democracy and freedom.

Quote costs Turkish journalist his freedom

17 June 2010: Journalists unions across the world have condemned the sentencing of a Turkish journalist to more than a year in prison.