A number of useful websites. If you would like to add a link please email email@example.com
Requests for financial help are considered from all needy past and present journalists and their dependents. A 'one off' payment for essential items or a running grant to help with routine expenditure may be awarded.
The charity has sheltered housing accommodation for retired journalists and their dependents and offers a wide range of residential, nursing, respite care and care for those suffering from mental frailty.
The International News Safety Institute (INSI) has launched The Safety Zone, a quarterly newsletter on safety issues for journalists.
News and views from accorss the media industry.
Media Guardian. Extensive news and analysis of media issues.
Hold the Front Page
A website for journalists and journalism students who work, or want to work, in the regional press. The site contains news stories about what is happening in the regional press, information on campaigning journalism and updates on breaking news.
Provides news and comment from the online journalism industry as well as jobs across print journalism, broadcast and new media and a discussion forum and resources for freelance journalists.
The Media Network
A specialist consultancy recruiting journalists for magazine, online and corporate publishers.
The News Manual
A free online resource for journalists and journalism students. Practical advice on how to perform most journalism tasks, from writing an intro to investigative reporting.
News from the labour movement.
FairPensions calls for responsible and ethical investment by UK pension funds. FairPensions is a non-profit organisation supported by individuals, NGOs and trade unions.
WorkingRights was is reference website with guides to understanding your rights as an employer or an employee.
Public Services Not Private Profit
This is a joint union campaign launched to defend public services against privatisation and stand up for the rights of public sector workers.
The campaign has the support of 14 national trade unions including the NUJ, several campaigning organisations and dozens of MPs.
The campaign has led the fight to defend our public services and its aim is to put the struggle against privatisation firmly on the political agenda.
Facebook: NUJ student journalists
Facebook: NUJ New Media Social Events
Facebook: National Union of Journalists (NUJ)
Linkedin: The National Union of Journalists
The National Union of Journalists runs a discussion list for people working in new media, join the debates at: