Speech by James Doherty, NUJ President, to the Job Summit 2009.
In the spring of 2008, the Freelance Industrial Council (FIC) noted that work was disappearing, very quickly, particularly from the regional newspaper industry, in both the UK and the Republic of Ireland, but the London-based national broadsheets had also started making noticeable cutbacks.
As what happens to freelance work frequently hits staff shortly afterwards, FIC started to collate reports of disappearing work more formally. The implosion of the regional newspaper industry, which gathered momentum later in 2008, with hundreds of threatened redundancies, confirmed freelances’ earlier fears.
The NUJ's submission to phase 2 of Ofcom’s Second Public Service Broadcasting Review.
These photographs show British photojournalist Guy Smallman's injuries after being being blown up by a stun grenade thrown by a Geneva police officer outside a G8 summit in June 2003. They show him lying injured and the horrific wounds he suffered. One picture clearly shows the exposed bone.
WARNING: These images are extremely graphic.
Peter Robinson, First Minister and DUP leader, Martin McGuinness, Deputy First Minister, Gerry Adams, Sinn Féin President, Sir Reg Empey, Ulster Unionist Party leader, Mark Durkan, SDLP leader, David Ford, leader of the Alliance Party and Dawn Purvis, PUP Leader, have signed a petition urging UTV to at least allow proper consultation and a final Ofcom report to be completed in 2009 before it makes any cutbacks.
Minutes of the meeting of the Irish Executive Council 18 Sept 2008.
Hidden disabilities preliminary report: Compiled by Stephen Brookes, Rachel Broady and Lena Calvert (NUJ Equalities Officer).
Asylum and immigration remain controversial, newsworthy topics about which people have strong opinions.
The offical ballot report from Electoral Reform Services on the 2008 election for NUJ DGS.
Advice and guidance on challenging bullies and achieving dignity at work.