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Government must reconsider dropping pilot on pay transparency

The NUJ’s Equality Council has supported the House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee’s call for the government to go ahead with a project to reduce the gender pay gap.

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High Court grants Julian Assange permission to appeal extradition to the United States

The National Union of Journalists has welcomed the High Court’s judgment granting Julian Assange victory in his case requesting leave to appeal extradition to the United States.

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Winners of 2024 NUJ/Orwell Society Young Journalist Awards announced

The entrants, students and young working journalists, wrote a column or review and explained how their writing had been influenced by the 1984 author.

Winners of the NUJ/Orwell Society Young Journalist Awards 2024

17 May 2024
Mental Health Awareness Week, 2024

The NUJ’s Disabled Members’ Council sends messages of solidarity and support to our members during Mental Health Awareness Week

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STV dispute ends as improved pay offer accepted

Nick McGowan-Lowe, NUJ national organiser for Scotland said: “This has been a slow and difficult dispute, but we have finally reached a pay offer that has been accepted by our members.” 

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LMFM broadcaster Michael Reade awarded over coverage of of child sexual abuse scandals

The NUJ member was presented with the “Recognition of Excellence” award on behalf of CVSA an international network of people who have experienced child sex abuse.

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NUJ backs Northern Ireland Policing Board request for urgent meeting with PSNI Chief Constable

The union welcomed the request by the chair and vice chair of the board for an urgent meeting with  the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) following this week’s revelations around use of surveillance powers to spy on journalists.

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