An evening with Harry Evans: Britain's premier broadsheet editor and journalist will be in conversation about the thalidomide revelations, falling out with Murdoch, creating inspiring magazine brands and why he is optimistic about journalism's future on Thursday 22 February at 19:00 – 22:00, Downstairs at the NUJ, The Chapel bar, 308 Gray's Inn Road, London WC1X 9NB. Reserve your ticket on the NUJ website.
Byline presents: watching the watchmen, police and media post Leveson. Ever since the phone hacking scandal and the resignation of senior Met officers, the relationship between the police and the press has been fraught. Join an expert panel to discuss the issues on Monday 19 February, Downstairs at the NUJ. To book your tickets and read about the speakers, go to the Eventbrite website.
War, Journalism and Whistleblowers: Katharine Gun, who leaked a GCHQ memo revealing US spying operations on UN security council members 15 years ago, will lead a panel to discuss the issues on Friday 2 March at 18.00 at Birkbeck College, London. Other speakers include Thomas Drake, former senior executive of the US National Security Agency; Duncan Campbell, award-winning journalist; Matthew Hoh, former US marine and state department official who served in Afghanistan and Iraq; Jesselyn Radack, national security and human rights attorney who represented Ed Snowden; and Silkie Carlo, director of Big Brother Watch. The event is free, but you must book a ticket on the Eventbrite website.
Reporting on violence against women in Wales: this collaboration between Welsh Women’s Aid, NUJ Training Cymru Wales and ITV Cymru Wales on Tuesday 6 March from 14.00 to 17.00 in Cardiff will explore the reporting of violence against women. Those attending will have the opportunity to talk to survivors and members of specialist services and discuss the NUJ guidelines. Reserve your ticket on the Eventbrite website.
Equalities Conference: this event on Saturday 3 March in Gateshead for trade unions members, reps and officers will celebrate and raise awareness of equality campaigns past and present while strengthening skills and understanding of equality issues and struggles. Find out more and how to book your free place on the Eventbrite website.
Wales and the UK media: what's the story? This is Wales Week in London's opening event on Thursday 22 February at 18.30, chaired by former BBC chief political correspondent Guto Harri, with leading cultural and media experts from both sides of the border. To book your free ticket and find out more about the speakers go to the Eventbrite website.
Screening of the Workers Cup: as part of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, the film, which documents the experiences of migrant workers hired to build the 2022 FIFA World Cup, will be shown on Tuesday 13 March at 21.00, University of Westminster's cinema on Regent St, London. You can buy the tickets online.