Showing items tagged with 'violence'
12 July 2013: Members of the English Defence League have been strongly condemned for harassment and threats of violence targeted at a young reporter.
4 June 2013: The European Federation of Journalists has expressed outrage at the extreme violence against journalists who covered the peaceful protest that started on 28 May in Istanbul, Turkey.
6 March 2013: Far right political parties have a record of attacking the press, the NUJ has a range of advice and resources about the far right.
15 January 2013: The NUJ has joined the International Federation of Journalists and the European Federation of Journalists in a call for strong action from the Greek authorities to protect media staff following a series of violent attacks on journalists.
18 December 2012: The NUJ has condemned the attack on Belfast Telegraph journalist Adrian Rutherford.
13 June 2012: A spokesperson for the government of Azerbaijan has called for a show of 'public hatred' against the independent media.
25 November 2011: The International Federation of Journalists has highlighted the extreme levels of violence women journalists face while carrying out their professional duties.
5 September 2011: The NUJ has condemned attacks on journalists during the EDL protest in London on Saturday and the union has offered support and assistance to journalists who were abused.
9 August 2011: NUJ members working tonight covering the current civil unrest within the UK need to plan accordingly and take appropriate precautions.
3 February 2011: The NUJ has called on the Mubarak regime to stop attacking journalists, while welcoming the release of an NUJ member who was arrested in Cairo.