It’s International Coming Out Day! In celebration, the Council of Global Unions, including the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is...

Google’s offer to pay to license news has been welcomed by journalists’ unions around the world as an important first step, but the pledge of just...

Police detained four journalists in eastern Turkey on 6 October and raided their homes and offices following their reporting on allegations of Turkish...

The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the way millions of workers around the world, including media workers, carry out their job. To mark World Day for...

Russian news editor Irina Slavina has died after setting herself on fire in front of an interior ministry office in Nizhniy Novgorod (Russia) on...

The National Union of Journalists has condemned the targeting of NUJ members and chapel reps at London-based broadcaster Iran International in a...

UPDATED 1 OCTOBER Three journalists from the Azerbaijan Public Television ITV who were reporting from the Azerbaijani-Armenian frontline have been...

Turkish journalist Abdullah Bozkurt, who is exiled in Sweden, was attacked near his home in Stockholm by three men on 24 September. The International...

“A big TV cannon comes over to me and tells me that if I do not suck his cock, then he will ruin my career. I said no.” It is the 26th of August, TV...

Lawyers for the US government wrangled for days to prevent Julian Assange's extradition proceedings hearing Kahled El-Masri’s evidence. When...

A coalition of global unions, representing nearly 21 million workers worldwide, is launching a campaign today to save print journalism. UNI Global...

In 3 May 1972, Daniel Ellsberg spoke at a peace rally in Washington DC. It was a year since he had leaked the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times...

On September 17, 2000, a well-known Ukrainian journalist and founder of popular Ukrainian online newspaper Ukrayinska Pravda, Georgiy Gongadze, was...

The International and European Federations of Journalists (IFJ/EFJ), respectively the world’s and Europe’s largest journalists’ organisations,...

“If you criminalise news gathering, you are criminalising journalism. It is a moral duty for journalists to protect sources. Many have gone to jail...

On 8 September, a member of the Armenian National Assembly brought forward a legislative proposal on insult and defamation that aims to increase fines...