Tell Michelle your views and experiences for the Leveson Inquiry
The Leveson inquiry has started with an examination of press culture, practices and ethics.
The inquiry will examine press relationships with politicians, police and public - including a range of witnesses and submissions from interested parties.
Leveson intends to make recommendations on the future of press regulation and governance that maintaining freedom of the press and ensure high ethical and professional standards.
The NUJ has been granted core participant status for the inquiry and we are asking members to contact NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet with views and experiences that can inform our response.
The union can represent the voices of journalists and give evidence to the inquiry.
Michelle will be dealing with all queries personally and in complete confidence.
Michelle has written to all members inviting them to put forward their views. Many journalists come to the NUJ because they have been victims of a bullying newsroom culture that puts them under immense pressure to get the story, whatever it takes.