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NUJ campaigns to end impunity for crimes against journalists

2 November 2017: This year the NUJ has highlighted the unresolved case of NUJ member Martin O’Hagan and the plight of Mexican journalists.

IFJ reacts to savage assassination of leading Somali journalist

28 September 2016: Indignation and horror at the news of the assassination, which adds to a long list of Somali journalists who have paid with their life for the commitment to their job.

Israeli forces close down television & arrest 3 media workers

14 March 2016: The IFJ demands the UN urgently investigate violations of press freedom in Palestine.

Campaign to stop violence against women

23 November 2015: The IFJ gender council marks the UN day of action and campaign to eliminate violence against women.

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.

UK trade unions highlight human rights abuses in Bahrain

25 September 2015: The NUJ has joined with other trade unions in the UK to highlight "widespread and systematic" human rights abuses in Bahrain.

IFJ urges accountability for deliberate targeting of journalists in Gaza 2014

29 June 2015: The IFJ and Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate cite UN evidence of incidents where journalists and media deliberately targeted.

Unions welcome new UN resolution on protecting journalists

29 May 2015: The IFJ has welcomed the new resolution of the United Nations Security Council on protecting journalists and ending impunity.

IFJ condemns terror attack against Somali union leader

3 April 2015: The IFJ and ITUC have condemned the terrorist attack in Mogadishu.

IFJ president addresses World Human Rights Forum in Marrakech

2 December 2014: At the World Human Rights Forum in Morocco, IFJ president Jim Boumelha was a keynote speaker during the opening ceremony in Marrakech.

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