Showing items tagged with 'threats'
11 August 2017: The union's leadership has been accused of "working against information security" after opposing secret service raids on a prominent news website.
15 April 2016: The suggestion to smash cameras is an incitement to violence and is condemned by the union.
1 April 2016: The union has been made aware of threats towards journalists in advance of the far right demonstration in Dover on Saturday 2 April.
26 February 2016: Union calls for investigation over intimidation of photographers taking pictures of Thomas “Slab” Murphy.
14 September 2015: Union condemns death threat against Irish News journalist in Belfast.
5 May 2015: A survey into the extent of online abuse against journalists has revealed cases where reporters have feared for their own personal safety as a result of cyberbullying.
7 April 2015: The Council of Europe has launched an online platform dedicated to recording violations of journalists' rights in member states.
NUJ calls for end to threats and intimidation of journalists reporting on the referendum in Scotland
15 September 2014: The NUJ has expressed concern at the increase in intimidation and bullying of journalists covering the independence referendum in Scotland and calls for people on both sides of the campaign to rein in the abuse being directed at our members.
1 September 2014: Irish Secretary Séamus Dooley strongly condemns threats issued by a dissident Republican group.
20 June 2014: The threats from Britain First represent the latest attempts by far right groups to intimidate and bully journalists.