Advice & tips from 13 experts - Steve Usher (National newspapers, art editor; Tutor for Introduction to PR).
Advice & tips from 13 experts - Sylvia Courtnage (Magazines and books).
Tim Dawson (News & magazine journalism/freelance; Tutor for Making Internet Journalism Pay) - advice and tips
Advice & tips from 13 experts - Tim Dawson (News & magazine journalism/freelance; Tutor for Making Internet Journalism Pay).
Includes rule change amendments from the Delegate Meeting in Southport, April 2011
Welcome to NUJ Active International Women’s Day edition 2011. For a century we have been celebrating our achievements and recognising our continuing struggle for equal rights. In our union we can look back with pride at a rich tradition of women's activism since the union was founded in 1907. NUJ women members have been contributing to the success of the NUJ as an organising, member-led
union and we have been fighting for equal pay since 1917.
Directors' Report and Financial Statements for 52 weeks ended 26 December 2010.
Minutes of the meeting of the Irish Executive Council 9 Dec 2010.
The Trade Union Coordinating Group (TUCG), of which the NUJ is a member, briefing on the cuts, which outlines how the cuts will affect workers in many key areas.
A report produced in 2010 mapping the new media sector of the British and Irish media, with regional information and recruitment targets.
Following the policing of the protests in central London on 1 and 2 April 2009, which were timed to coincide with the meeting of the G20 heads of state in London, the police came in for significant criticism. The tragic death of Ian Tomlinson and media furore following the G20 protests, prompted a fundamental questioning of the approach to policing protest. Several scrutinies of how the demonstrations were policed have been conducted, including an inspection by Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary (HMCIC), at the request of the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).
The Panel’s review overlaps the findings of those reports. This was unavoidable, given the Panel’s need to understand how the MPS are responding to the recommendations that were made. Where the Civil Liberties Panel felt there were gaps in those scrutinies, we have conducted our own investigations.