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NUJ Photographer Andy Aitchison receives an apology from Kent Police

He received a full apology from the Chief Constable of Kent Police, Alan Pughsley, which includes admissions that Mr Aitchison’s arrest, the search of...

21 Oct 2021
COP26: advice for NUJ members

The union has published guidance, health and safety tips and emergency legal numbers for those covering the climate change climate in Glasgow.

21 Oct 2021
NUJ vacancy for Senior Campaigns & Communications Officer

The deadline for applying has been extended to 23:59 Friday, 29 October, 2021.

NUJ seeks clarification of Media Commission report

The union has written to the Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media, Catherine Martin, seeking publication of the report of ...

NUJ expresses solidarity with the UCU in its opposition to cuts at Goldsmiths

Courses including its pioneering journalism course is under threat from redundancies.

14 Oct 2021
Ethical reporting of the Afghan crisis, asylum and refugees

This NUJ Ethics Council event is now available on YouTube

13 Oct 2021
NUJ calls for an official investigation into the reporting of police misconduct cases 

The Times has discovered that misconduct hearings are often surrounded in secrecy and journalists are blocked from getting information.

12 Oct 2021
The NUJ congratulates journalist Nobel Prize winners

Maria Ressa, chief executive of Philippine digital media company Rappler, and Dmitry Muratov, editor-in-chief of the Russian Novaja Gazeta, have won t...

08 Oct 2021
NUJ joins widespread tributes to Tom Burke

The former Irish Independent photographer passed away on  Wednesday 6 October, aged 78.

NUJ and IFJ call for urgent action by UK government to help secure safe passage for under-threat former BBC journalists in Afghanistan  

More than seven weeks since the capture of Kabul by the Taliban, and the subsequent evacuation of western troops from the city, many journalists with ...

06 Oct 2021
Unions can help broadcasters reverse their “woeful” record on diversity

More women are leaving broadcasting than joining and the representation of disabled people and diversity in senior positions is woeful, according to t...

BBC director general’s 16.6 per pay rise is “tone deaf and an insult” to staff 

Tim Davie’s rise – worth £75,000 and taking his pay to £525,000 – is a massive insult to BBC staff who have experienced pay freezes, budget cuts and r...

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