No Stone Unturned: special London screening at the NUJ of the story of the murder of six people at the Heights Bar, Loughinsland in 1994 and the subsequent cover-up. Since the film was released, NUJ members Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey have been arrested in connection with the investigation and will speak after the event on Thursday 6 December. More details and how to book on the NUJ website.
Women, the miners' strike and the media: this CPBF(North) & NUJ Newcastle branch public meeting on Thursday 22 November will explore the media coverage of the miners' strike, the role of women and and the call for a public inquiry into the policing at Orgreave on June 18, 1984. Go to the NUJ website to see the list of speakers and book your free ticket.
Inside Investigative Journalism: how can it pay the bills for a freelance? London Freelance Branch is hosting an evening session on Thursday 29 November in London with expert investigative journalists Meirion Jones and Paul Lashmar. To find out more and to book your place, go to the NUJ website.
Why are only around 10 per cent of sports journalists women? This event on Thursday 13 December, organised by NUJ Training Wales, Cardiff Metropolitan University and Chwarae Teg, will bring together academics, media commissioners, industry experts, journalists and trade unionists to discuss the role of women in sports journalism and learn from one another. For more details and to book your ticket, go to the Eventbrite webiste.
National unity demonstration against fascism and racism: this TUC-supported demonstration in London tomorrow, Saturday 17 November, starting at 12 noon, aims to be a public statement against the rise of racist and xenophobic attacks directed against some of the most vulnerable members of our communities. Find out more on the TUC website. Unite West Midlands is providing a coach to the march, for timetable and more information go to the Eventbrite website.
Stand up to Racism marches, supported by the STUC, in Edinburgh and Glasgow will take place on Saturday 25 November. More details on the Unison website.
Fighting misinformation: the launch of the London School of Economics Truth, Trust and Technology Commission report is on Tuesday 20 November at 18.30. The commission has been working to identify structural causes of media misinformation and set out a framework for strategic policy. Go to the department of media and communications website for speakers and more details
Trump, Putin & the Great Brexit Robbery: join this Byline event for an evening of cross-party discussion, revelations, updates and calls to action with investigative journalist Carole Cadwalladr and MPs Tom Watson and Damian Collins, chaired by journalist Peter Jukes and with special guests on Tuesday 27 November in London. Find out more on the Eventbrite website.
Elle is holding a weekend of immersive fashion, beauty experiences and talks from inspiring celebrities, designers and thought leaders from Friday 30 November to Sunday 2 December at London's Saatchi Gallery. Speakers include: journalist Afua Hirsch; blogger Chidera Eggerue aka The Slumflower; BBC presenters Mishal Husain; podcaster Emma Gannon and author of Little Black Book, a Toolkit for Working Women, Otegha Uwagba. Go to the Eventbrite website to find out more and get your 10% discount by using the code NUJ10.
Celebrating International Labour Organisation (ILO) standards: how does Britain compare? Next year is the hundredth anniversary of the ILO and this event, organised by the Institute of Employment Rights, in London on Wednesday 5 December at 09:30 to 16:00 wiill ask how its core principles and rights for workers can be ensured as we enter a post-Brexit world. Go to the Eventbrite website for the list of speakers and to book your ticket.
gal-dem magazine founder Liv Little is in conversation with journalist Afua Hirsch on Thursday 7 January at 18.30 at The Groucho Club, London. Find out more on the Media Society website.