The catalogue of NUJ archives is available at the Modern Records Centre, University Library, University of Warwick.
- The Labour Research Department (LRD) is an independent, trade union based research organisation.
- Creative Skillset has published a range of research available to download. These include the two main tools they use to gather evidence from the creative industries – the creative skillset employment census and the creative workforce survey.
- Acas stands for Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service. Acas aims to improve organisations and working life through better employment relations and publishes a range of research available on its website.
- TUCG pamphlet: The Great Pay Robbery (pdf) (September 2014)
- Truth, Lies and Migrants (pdf) – a SERTUC publication (June 2014)
- ITUC Global Rights Index 2014 (pdf) – The world's worst countries for workers. (May 2014)
- ITUC Global poll (pdf) – An international public opinion poll commissioned by the Brussels-based global union. It is the third poll conducted by the ITUC, in which approximately 1,000 respondents were interviewed in 14 different countries, yielding a grand total of 14,006. The findings represent the opinions of more than 3.7 billion people – about 53 per cent of the world's population according to UN estimates. (May 2014)
- The Elephant In The Room: a survey of media ownership and plurality in the United Kingdom (pdf) – Published by the Media Reform Coalition (April 2014)
- World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development – published by UNESCO (March 2014)
- Mock the weak – The representation of disabled people in the media (March 2014)
- Working for poverty – Living Wage Commission's first report (February 2014)
- State of the Profession (PR) survey – Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) (published February 2014)
- Make your local news work – joint report by Co-operatives UK and Carnegie UK Trust (December 2013).
- The NCTJ's journalists at work report (2013) reveals statistics and industry views on training, recruitment, conditions and ethics. More than 1,000 journalists contributed to the survey.
- Gypsies, Roma and Irish travellers in the media by the Irish Traveller Movement in Britain (June 2012).
- Children, Young People and the Media by the Youth Media Agency (November 2011).
- Responding to G20 by the Metropolitan Police Authority Civil Liberties Panel (October 2010).
- Calling to Account: How the telephone hacking row makes the case for reform of the Press Complaints Commission by the International Federation of Journalists (March 2010).
- Demonstrating respect for rights? A human rights approach to policing protest: Human Rights Joint Committee – Seventh Report (March 2009)
- Ofcom’s Second Public Service Broadcasting Review - Phase 2: preparing for the digital future (September 2008)
- Real cost of privatisation – TUCG Booklet (September 2013)
- Privatisation: countering the myths – TUCG pamphlet (August 2013)
- Mind the funding gap – The potential of industry levies for continued funding of public service broadcasting – An IPPR report for BECTU and the NUJ (March 2009)
NUJ research reports
The BBC is making budget cuts of 20 per cent during the next five years as a result of a freeze in the licence fee.
Under the corporation's "Delivering Quality First" (DQF) scheme, 2,000 jobs will go and core news coverage and programme-making will be affected.
The BBC has already lost more than 7,000 jobs since 2004.
The Federation of Entertainment Unions has produced a booklet setting out alternatives to the cuts.
Organising the Future (2010)
A report prepared for the New Media Industrial Council mapping the new media sector at that time to identify potential recruitment targets (members only).
Shaping the Future (2007)
A report prepared by an NUJ commission which examines the impact of new technology on media workplaces and journalists.