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Apply now for a bursary for black and minority ethnic student journalists.
Hear from our panel including investigative journalists who have faced SLAPPs action. Submit a response to government’s consultation closing 19 May.
Global threats to journalists and journalism spanning Ukraine, Yemen and Palestine were explored in the union’s webinar with the IFJ.
The union has welcomed engagement on how police and journalists interact at public order events.
NUJ joins calls for the release of Khalid Qaderi tried in a military court over Facebook posts.
The majority of a legal claim targeting Swedish journalists, filed in London by Swedish businessman Svante Kumlin, has been dismissed.
NUJ sends condolences to family and friends of respected journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Legislation unveiled in the Queen's speech will create a hostile environment for journalists.
NUJ holds first online mental health conference for members and reps.
The NUJ has condemned attacks against media workers in Pakistan, resulting in the death of journalist Zia-Ur-Rehman Farooqi.
The NUJ’s motions on asylum seekers and privatisation of Channel 4 were passed by delegates.
The NUJ is pleased to report that a technical issue affecting delivery of The Journalist has been resolved.