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These guidelines were written as a result of NUJ extra's commitment to provide training for its volunteers.
A special newsletter providing information and news for and from branches during the present crisis.
Survey shows virtual branches have been a success, Pamela Morton, NUJ national freelance organiser, asks branches to get behind the campaign for a fairer deal for freelances and Benedict Cooper on his role as Nottingham branch’s freelance officer.
Guidance for members on nominations, elections and operation of the NUJ's councils and other bodies.
Pippa Crerar, Daily Mirror political editor, on press and government relations during the pandemic; Paul Siegert, NUJ national broadcasting organiser, on the union's Hands off Our BBC campaign; and The Voice's Izin Akhabua on why unions must listen to under-represented groups
Media reporting showed the youth, who defiantly marched on the streets of Britain in protest at the murder by US police of unarmed Black man George Floyd, were the heart and soul of the massive Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement this summer.
Michelle Stanistreet, general secretary, reports on the virtual TUC Congress, commends members striking at Bullivant; campaign against the extradition of Julian Assange; and the joys of remote learning.
Annabelle Collins, Health Service Journal senior correspondent, reveals what it was like to work at the sharp-end as a specialist during the pandemic and tutor Carole Holmes on how the union can be there to help colleagues avoid mental distress and solve their problems.
Michelle Stanistreet on her evidence session on the future of journalism to members of the Lords; Dominic Blake, FoC for BBC Radio Solent, on radio’s role during Covid-19; and a report from Newcastle branch.
Health and Safety Committee notes for members, reps, chapels and branches.