NUSOJ Joins its Affiliate MAP in Condemning Puntland’s Actions Aimed  at Undermining Media Freedom in Puntland, Somalia

NUSOJ Joins its Affiliate MAP in Condemning Puntland’s Actions Aimed at Undermining Media Freedom in Puntland, Somalia

Mogadishu, 6 March, 2017 The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) joins its affiliate the Media Association of Puntland (MAP) in condemning the administrations action aimed to undermine the media freedom the regions under its control, after suspending from operation...
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NUSOJ condemns the arrest of VOA reporter in Beledwein ,Somalia

NUSOJ condemns the arrest of VOA reporter in Beledwein ,Somalia

Mogadishu, Feburay 26, 2017 The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) condemns – in the strongest terms possible – the arrest of a VOA journalist on Sunday afternoon, February 26, 2017 in Beledwein, the capital of Hiran region, located aroun...
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NUSOJ Congratulates Somalia President Mohamed A.Farmaajo on Inauguration Day.

NUSOJ Congratulates Somalia President Mohamed A.Farmaajo on Inauguration Day.

MOGADISHU, Somalia, February 22, 2017 The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) congratulates the newly elected president of Somalia, his excellency Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed (Farmaajo) on his inauguration as the President of Federal Republic of Somalia...
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NUSOJ launches annual report on Somalia Press Freedom

NUSOJ launches annual report on Somalia Press Freedom

The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) today released its Annual Report on the state of press freedom. The report is the result of extensive and systematic monitoring and documentation of incidents of attacks on journalists and media organizations ...
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NUSOJ is concerned over Galmudug’s decision to ban Media to cover political meetings and rallies in Adado

NUSOJ is concerned over Galmudug’s decision to ban Media to cover political meetings and rallies in Adado

For Immediate Press Release Mogadishu : Sunday 15 January 2017. National Union of Somali Journalists is worried about the restriction imposed by Galmudug State Minster for Interior Ministry Omar Mohamed Diriye ordering that local media outlets and journalists ...
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FAJ resolved to work with the legitimate elected leadership of NUSOJ

FAJ resolved to work with the legitimate elected leadership of NUSOJ

National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) welcomes with great appreciation, the decision by the Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) steering committee in which they officially announced to work with the democratically elected legitimate leadership of NU...
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NUSOJ is concerned over the attempts to restrict independent media by refusing them access to cover elections for speaker and president.

NUSOJ is concerned over the attempts to restrict independent media by refusing them access to cover elections for speaker and president.

NUSOJ is concerned over the attempts to restrict independent media by refusing them access to cover elections for speaker and president. For Immediate Press Release Mogadishu : Thursday 15 December 2016. The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) would l...
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NUSOJ welcomes the Union’s re-joining to Somalia South-Central Non-State Actors (SOSCENSA)

NUSOJ welcomes the Union’s re-joining to Somalia South-Central Non-State Actors (SOSCENSA)

Mogadishu: 06/12/2016 Ref; 90/2016 The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) is delighted that the 5th General Assembly of SOSCENSA to have unanimous votes Today, Tuesday 6, December 2016 to be officially a full member of the consortium. 33 of...
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NUSOJ condemns the arbitrary arrest of a journalist in Galkayo

NUSOJ condemns the arbitrary arrest of a journalist in Galkayo

Mogadishu: Saturday 19/11/2016 The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) condemns – in the strongest terms possible – the arrest of a Somali journalist on Saturday, 19 November, 2016in Galkayo. The arrest of Ahmed Khalif Geedi who worked for Kulmiye...
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The Conclusions of the ILO’s Freedom of Association Committee Violates the Legal Status Enjoyed by NUSOJ and FESTU, both Organizations said in a joint Statement

The Conclusions of the ILO’s Freedom of Association Committee Violates the Legal Status Enjoyed by NUSOJ and FESTU, both Organizations said in a joint Statement

The Conclusions of the ILO’s Freedom of Association Committee Violates the Legal Status Enjoyed by NUSOJ and FESTU, both Organizations said in a joint Statement The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) and Federation of Somali Trade Unions (FESTU) ar...
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