The purpose behind Workers' Memorial Day has always been to "remember the dead: fight for the living" and unions are asked to focus on both areas, by considering events or memorials to remember all those killed through work but at the same time ensuring that such tragedies are not repeated.
NUJ & CIJ joint response to draft codes on the interception of communications & equipment interference
The NUJ and CIJ are concerned about the implications for press freedom if the UK intelligence and security agencies are permitted to access journalist's computers remotely and break encryption codes (both inside and outside the UK).
This submission is a response to the Home Office consultation on the draft codes published.
A4 poster for the 2015 national demonstration supported by the TUC.
TUC listings of local trade councils
Guidelines for NUJ branches: Ideas for successful meetings and events, quick tips. By Jenny Sims
Guidelnes for NUJ branches: Making branches sustainable in the long-term, ideas and suggestions from members on the ground. By John Chapman
The TUC's new guidebook on the social model of disability aimed to help unions and their members improve equality for disabled people within unions and in the workplace.
This report, prepared for TUC Women’s Conference 2015, takes stock and looks at how women have fared through recession and austerity.
NUJ Informed is published after each National Executive Council meeting to keep chapel and branch reps informed of key decisions of the union’s elected NEC.
The union's response to the Home Office consultation on the draft RIPA codes of practice. Published January 2015