Resources

Online library of publications, minutes and printable documents produced by the union or partner organisations.

Highlights

Freelance Charter

10-point charter for freelances rights and benefits.

19 November 2020
From Health Crisis to Good News

A recovery plan for the news industry by the NUJ.

16 April 2020

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Advice & guidance

Making ageism old news: an Age Scotland media guide to reporting on older people

Age Scotland's new report aims to help stakeholders, including politicians and the media, improve how they talk about older people by avoiding ageist ...

16 March 2022
NUJ extra Welfare Officer Handbook

These guidelines were written as a result of NUJ extra's commitment to provide training for its volunteers.

24 May 2021
NUJ guidelines on LGBT+ reporting

Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people have the right to fair, accurate and inclusive reporting of their life stories and concerns. As with all...

09 April 2021

More advice and guidance

NUJ Branch March 2021

Latest edition of the newsletter for branches

19 March 2021
Joint union statement on ending gender-based violence

As trade unionists, we stand united against the epidemic of male violence.

16 March 2021

Equality publications

IFJ White paper on global journalism

Launched on UN human rights day, this white paper covers issues such as global freedom of expression, working conditions, youth and gender equality.

10 December 2020
IFJ Global platform for quality journalism

The IFJ has launched a series of global proposals in response to the coronavirus crisis.

04 May 2020
International Convention on the Safety and Independence of Journalists and Other Media Professionals

To fight against impunity, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) proposes a new United Nations Convention aimed at giving greater protecti...

19 March 2018

More IFJ-related publications

NUJ Informed DM2021

NUJ Informed's report on the Delelgate Meeting 2021

02 June 2021
NUJ Informed, Issue 35, May 2021

This month's NUJ Informed gives details of the Delegate Meeting and a week of amazing events.

13 May 2021
NUJ Informed, Issue 34, February 2021

All-members' survey reveals how we are all coping during the pandemic.

25 February 2021

Recent issues of NUJ Informed

NUJ Branch March 2022

The March edition of NUJU branch is an equalities special. Find out about the work of the union's equality councils.

25 March 2022
NUJ Branch January 2022

Welcome to  2022's first NUJ Branch.

21 January 2022
NUJ Branch November 2021

Welcome to NUJ Branch, the newsletter providing information and news for and from the union's branches.

18 November 2021

All editions of NUJ Branch

The Journalist April-May 2022

Journalists and the media have been in the eye of the storm – both reporting the war and for those working in Russia facing ever tighter controls from...

05 April 2022
The Journalist February March 2022

Community journalism and the drive for diversity; getting paid the rate for the job; Jackie Weaver at an NUJ webinar; how to follow the code of conduc...

01 February 2022
The Journalist December 2021 / January 2022

The year is drawing to a close the way it began with Covid continuing to shape our lives.

14 December 2021

More issues of the Journalist

Irish Journalist Summer 2021

A week of online events for DM 2021. Journalism: Not just busin€ss. Minding your digital footprint.

14 May 2021
Irish Journalist Winter 2020

Newsletter of the National Union of Journalists in Ireland.

12 November 2020
Irish Journalist Summer 2020

Newsletter of the National Union of Journalists in Ireland.

08 June 2020

Recent editions of The Irish Journalist

Government submissions

A new pro-competition regime for digital markets.pdf

NUJ response to the government’s proposals for a new pro-competition regime for digital markets.

07 February 2022
NUJ submission to the call of evidence for Open justice court reporting in the digital age.docx

The union's response to the Justice Committee's inquiry.

07 February 2022
NUJ response to the UK government’s White Paper on broadcasting and privatisation of Channel 4

The NUJ believes the government's proposal to privatise Channel 4 makes no sense and will result in a poorer offering for viewers in terms of news cov...

23 July 2021

More submissions & briefings