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NUJ reacts to Daniel Morgan panel findings

The NUJ believes the failure to enact Part 2 of the Leveson Inquiry means that to date the relationship between the police, politicians and the media have never been examined or publicly scrutinised.

TUC Women's conference: why we’re fighting for a fair deal for freelances 

Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, explains how Covid-19 has laid bare the precarious nature of self-employment – and how the union is pressing to defend vulnerable members.

03 Mar 2021
Reporting the pandemic ethically

Good journalism can entertain, but should not be just entertainment. Good journalism's main role is to inform and educate and there's nothing like a national emergency to underline why this is true.

28 Jan 2021
Reprieve for Assange, with a sting in the tail

NUJ NEC member Tim Dawson explains the atmosphere in court as Judge Baraitser rules on Julian Assange extradition.

Two media workers die every week, according to IFJ report

Jim Boumelha analyses 30 years of the IFJ killed list.

22 Dec 2020
End the killings and targeting of journalists

Not in Mexico, not in Pakistan and not in Northern Ireland, says NUJ rep Kathryn Johnston.

Is academic publishing about to change?

The open access debate has revealed the complicated and contradictory nature of the academic publishing landscape in which trade unions have a role to play.

13 Nov 2020
Unfettered reporting threatened – what Assange extradition hearings reveal

Assange faces a potential sentence with a release date more than a century beyond his lifespan, the indictment contains a description of core journalistic activities.

Assange’s bid for privacy is a dangerous precedent

Unless the media forces courts to justify keeping material from the media, the danger is that it becomes the default.

Assange trial hears evidence from Kahled El-Masri

Cover up of his torture by Macedonian police and the CIA was revealed by Wikileaks.

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