Showing items tagged with 'threats'
24 April 2014: Pakistan is one of the deadliest countries in the world for journalists. The security situation for journalists in Pakistan is deteriorating and there needs to be an immediate investigation into the attempted murder of Hamid Mir.
11 April 2014: Conference voted to campaign for a media and union that was representative of the population.
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.
3 March 2014: Journalist called a "Fenian bastard" and a "Feniain c**t" by a gang who also threatened to cut her throat.
8 October 2013: Leveson, royal charter(s), libel reform – UK law is changing and its impact on the internet is yet to become clear. The recent controversy over the possible inclusion of blogs in the new exemplary damages provisions in the Crime and Courts Bill illustrated some of the issues and concerns.
18 September 2013: NUJ member Christine Lord vowed to take on the medical authorities after the death of her son from vCJD
1 August 2013: The union has condemned online attacks against women journalists including rape and bomb threats.
12 July 2013: Members of the English Defence League have been strongly condemned for harassment and threats of violence targeted at a young reporter.
8 January 2013: The National Union of Journalists has expressed grave concern at confirmation that the Police Service Northern Ireland has intercepted a letter containing a bullet addressed to a Belfast-based journalist.
9 June 2012: The NUJ has demanded that journalists be allowed to do their job without being harassed or threatened during the demonstration organised by the English Defence League.