Template letter for members to lobby their MP to ask Gavin Williamson, Education Secretary, to reverse his decision to scrap the English Union Learning Fund which each year supports around 200,000 workers with skills training and career development.
New and updated guidance on reporting poverty, published Oct 2020
A special newsletter providing information and news from branches during the present crisis. In this edition:
Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, sets out how the union is supporting members’ well-being and battling on the industrial front to preserve jobs and secure fair deal for freelances; Pippa Crerar, Daily Mirror political editor, on press and government relations during the pandemic; Paul Siegert, NUJ national broadcasting organiser, on the union’s Hands off Our BBC campaign;The Voice’s Izin Akhabua on why unions must listen to under-represented groups.
The Journalist October November 2020 PDF
It’s a ‘busy, complicated, disruptive time’, Ian Burrell looks at how the industry’s response to Covid-19 could change it for ever. NUJInformed, August 2020
BMC round up on work for Black Lives Matter, October 2020
The National Union of Journalists has condemned the targeting of NUJ members and chapel reps at London-based broadcaster Iran International in a redundancy exercise it believes to be a pretext to force out the union’s chapel rep who has led the recognition campaign at the channel.
The union urges the government to think again about proposals in the White Paper which will rob the newspaper industry of vital revenue and undermine local communities of their right to know about proposed new developments.
The magazine for branches to help with action and advice during Covid-19 and the union's campaigns.
BBC CUTS TARGET BIRMINGHAM MEDIA INDUSTRY: 52 jobs in Birmingham are set to go under proposed BBC cuts which are hitting grassroots journalism the hardest.