Reporting from conflict zones: the role of journalists and photographers. Law firm Bindmans is hosting an event exploring the role of journalists and photographers working in Palestine and other conflict zones on Wednesday 2 March inLondon. Speakers include Michelle Stanistreet, general secretary of the NUJ, Jim Boumelha, president of the International Federation of Journalists, Monir Zaarour, Middle East and Arab World Co-ordinator IFJ, and Bindmans' Saimo Chahal QC. A photographic exhibition will accompany the event.
How to launch your career or find new ways to make money in journalism: this event, on Wednesday 16 March at John Moore University, Liverpool, for students to seasoned journalists, will give practical advice on how to improve your income.
The NUJ Manchester and Salford branch is showing a selection of screenings revealing the ethical and professional challenges journalists face, on the last Thursday of every month, starting 19.30 at the Three MinuteTheatre, Affleck's Palace, Oldham Street, Manchester M1 1JG Contact email@example.com
Building Tomorrow’s Unions: this conference on Wednesday, 30 March from 09.30 to 16.30, will discuss the implications of the trade union bill. Speakers include include Angela Eagle MP, shadow BIS secretary.
LGBT history month: the theme this year is "religion, belief and philosophy". The TUC is also promoting a number of events to be held by trade unions.
Guardian journalist Polly Toynbee will be giving the Mary Macarthur lecture on Friday 4 March at Blackheath Coronation Club, George Avenue, Rowley Regis, as part of the Women Chainmakers’ Festival.
SERTUC is launching its 10th survey of equality in trade unions on Tuesday 8 March at 16.30 at Congress House. Please RSVP to Joanne Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
Britain at Work and the British Universities’ Industrial Relations History Group and Oral History Society will be discuss the Winter of Discontent on Saturday 14 May at 11.00-16.45 at the Diskus Centre, Unite the Union, 128 Theobald’s Road, London WC1X 8TN. To book, contact Michael Gold email@example.com or Linda Clarke firstname.lastname@example.org