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Council of Europe backs freelance rights

14 December 2018: The result is legally significant for freelance journalists who will be able to collectively bargain to seek better terms for their work

NUJ wins recognition at Springer Nature Limited (formerly Macmillan Publishers)

12 September 2018: Union delighted to have gained trade union recognition at academic publishing company Spinger Nature

NUJ at TUC Congress 2017

14 September 2017: Congress agreed to campaign to support freelance workers and voted to back the NUJ campaign on Al Jazeera.

Protest over Iranian journalists' rights

25 August 2017: Union leaders resign en-masse in response to the authorities blocking official trade union recognition.

Unions celebrate end of battle with pledge to fight for Irish freelances

31 May 2017: The use of competiton law to deny workers the right to collective representation was wrong and freelance workers will now be able to use the legislation to secure representation rights.

IFJ condemns 'farcical' threat to prosecute journalists’ leader in Somalia

31 May 2017: Union general secretary summoned by the authorities because of organising world press freedom day activity.

Union leaders call for police to explain document shredding

16 February 2017: Trade union leaders question the inquiry team's ability to stop the police from obstructing the pursuit of justice.

Attack on Egyptian journalists condemned

4 May 2016: Global union federation condemns outrageous attack on media and trade union rights following the attack by police on the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate and the arrest of its members.

ILO condemns trade union rights violations in Somalia

18 November 2015: IFJ welcomes ILO freedom of association report finding serious trade union and human rights violations in Somalia.

Thirty pages of ideological poison - #TUbill

19 October 2015: Activists, MPs and trade unionists rallied to oppose the "vindictive" trade union bill.

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