Showing items tagged with 'violence'
20 February 2014: International journalist organisations launch fact-finding mission to gather first-hand information on violence against media workers as a journalist in Kiev is killed.
29 January 2014: As the violence continues in Ukraine’s capital city more than 150 journalists and media workers have been attacked.
10 December 2013: A round up of the most recent attacks on journalists at home and internationally. The NUJ has called for an end to attacks to mark UN human rights day.
3 December 2013: The IFJ has condemned the Israeli army for "deliberately targeting" a group of photographers covering skirmishes at Qalandia crossing between Jerusalem and Ramallah on Sunday 1 December.
25 November 2013: As journalists, with more women and more women entering the profession, we have discovered that they, more often than their male colleagues, are the subject of threats, harassment, violence and rape, used as a tool to silence their voice.
6 November 2013: In June 2013 Turkey experienced the biggest social uprising of its history so what did the journalists union of Turkey do?
4 October 2013: The International Federation of Journalists has condemned the intimidation of journalists in Greece and gives full support to colleagues who are continuing to report despite the threats.
1 October 2013: A new UN resolution has been adopted that includes support for the protection of journalists and their rights in Somalia.
2 August 2013: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has launched a website dedicated to the safety and protection of the media.
17 July 2013: NUJ has condemned an assault on a French press photographer, which happened during rioting in east Belfast.