NUJ Response to Low Pay Commission consultation on National Minimum Wage 2013: Internships (September 2012).
International groups express alarm over deteriorating media freedom in Turkey - Joint statement following observation of trials and visits with jailed journalists, attorneys and families.
International groups express alarm over deteriorating media freedom in Turkey and issue joint statement following observation of trials and visits with jailed journalists, attorneys and families
NUJ briefing on the Defamation Bill 3rd Reading (September 2012).
NUJ response to Cabinet Office consultation on Introducing a Statutory Register of Lobbyists (April 2012)
NUJ submission to the House of Lords Communications Committee inquiry into media convergence and its public policy impact (September 2012)
National Union of Journalists Report to Delegate Meeting 2012
Journalism has always attracted the creative and resourceful. As our trade is being transformed as never before by technology, it should hardly be surprising that practitioners around the world are finding new ways to share profitably what they write.
Profound changes are also shaking up the publishing world, causing traditional publishers to become even more risk-averse. As a result, increasing numbers of authors are exploring other ways of reaching readers.
Unlike previous shake-ups of our sector, however, the digital revolution is bringing creators of content, be they journalists or writers, closer than ever before to readers. It is also providing a dizzying array of new revenue models that, in some cases, are funding a blossoming of quality reporting, at precisely the time pundits are reading journalism’s last rites. This publication tells that story by way of some compelling examples.
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Maternity Action Pregnant at work 2012 report