NUJ Pay Day: the union will be holding a major event to discuss the issue of pay in London on Saturday 31 October. Put the date in your diary, more information to follow.
Finance for freelances: accountancy firm HW Fisher & Company is running another of its evening seminars, at the NUJ's London head office, on tax for the self-employed and staff who have recently become freelance on Wednesday 23 September. More information on the NUJ website.
Ridicule, abuse and trolling: this seminar on how to handle online harassment will take place on Saturday 5 September, in the Connolly Room, Liberty Hall, Dublin 1. List of speakers and how to book your place on the NUJ website.
Collective bargaining for atypical workers:the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) together with the National Union of Journalists in Ireland is holding a two-day workshop starting on Tuesday 8 September at the Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House, Dublin. More information on the EFJ website.
No to Austerity, Yes to Workers Rights: TUC march in Manchester on Sunday 4 October, as the Conservative Party holds its annual conference. More information and campaign materials on the events page of the NUJ website. The anti-trade union legislation will allow agency temp workers to be strike breakers. Send a message to Business Secretary, Sajid Javid, saying British workers value the right to strike. Sign the petition.
Freelance Salon:London Freelance Branch presents Freelance Salon, a social and networking event for freelances with a range of speakers, at 18.30 on Thursday 15 October, at Headland House, 308-312 Gray's Inn Rd, London WC1X 8DP. More details and how to book on the NUJ website.
Federation of Entertainment Union's Training autumn social: find out about the free services and courses the FEU provides for NUJ members at a social networking event with buffet and drinks on the evening of Thursday 10th September. Find out more and register for this free event on the NUJ website.
The Fourth Estate: showing of a documentary about the media business at the Moston Small Cinema, Manchester, on Saturday 31 October at 13.00, followed with a Q&A with the director Lee Salter. More details and how to book.