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It's not long now until we welcome the new year and we will all be hoping that it brings much better fortune than this year.
Launched on UN human rights day, this white paper covers issues such as global freedom of expression, working conditions, youth and gender equality.
Building solidarity in workplaces and communities.
A special newsletter providing information and news for and from branches during the present crisis.
Media reporting showed the youth, who defiantly marched on the streets of Britain in protest at the murder by US police of unarmed Black man George Fl...
Work experience can an invaluable way to gain the hands-on experience required to secure that crucial first job. Yet young people need to ensure they ...
Health and Safety Committee notes for members, reps, chapels and branches.
This year’s mental health awareness week (18-24 May) finds us in strange and difficult times – in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
News from the 60+ Council of the NUJ.
Welcome to the last edition of 2019. It’s that time of the year when we look back and make plans and changes for the new year.
Online trolling is a health and safety issue and must be considered as such by the media industry.
It’s an incredible time to be a journalist if you’re involved in Brexit coverage in any way.
NUJ submission to the Government Equalities Office consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace
The widespread problem of workplace sexual harassment is undisputed.
News from the union's national executive.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has produced a checklist listing the characteristics of a good pay system.
The gender pay gap (GPG) data that you have reported provides a basic understanding of what the gender pay balance looks like within your organisation...
This is a practical guide from the Alzheimer's Society for media, broadcast and creative sectors representing or reporting on dementia.
The NUJ has called for a number of changes to the gender pay gap auditing requirements:
Mental health and the workplace is an increasingly important issue for trade unions.
What makes a good story in these digital times?