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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.
Launched on UN human rights day, this white paper covers issues such as global freedom of expression, working conditions, youth and gender equality.
As Northern Ireland comes to grips with the damage wrought by the Covid-19 crisis, the National Union of Journalists, UK and Ireland, is calling for a strategic initiative to rescue the media so that it may continue the vital role it has played on a daily basis during this unprecedented period of social and economic uncertainty.
The IFJ has launched a series of global proposals in response to the coronavirus crisis.
A recovery plan for the news industry by the NUJ.
With the world on edge amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease ( COVID-19), journalists are likely to be affected at their workplace, in their travel and reporting assignments across the globe. Their health and that of people they come into contact with should be the highest pritority at all times.
Online trolling is a health and safety issue and must be considered as such by the media industry.
NUJ submission to the Government Equalities Office consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace
The widespread problem of workplace sexual harassment is undisputed.
VICE UK wins union recognition, equal pay claims net almost £3m and police face inquiry as No Stone Unturned arrests overturned.
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 protection for journalists and journalism in face of a tide of violence and threats.