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Apply now for a bursary for black and minority ethnic student journalists.
The NUJ’s motions on asylum seekers and privatisation of Channel 4 were passed by delegates.
During Deaf Awareness Week [2 -8 May] the NUJ Disabled Members’ Council encourages all branches and chapels to ensure that they are as accessible as possible for members who are deaf or have hearing loss.
The bursary will support aspiring journalists in Ireland from under-represented backgrounds.
Latest Office of National Statistics figures show disabled workers now earn on average £1.93 per hour less than non-disabled employees.
NUJ delegates joined trade union colleagues to set the agenda to secure decent working opportunities for disabled workers.
The NUJ called for the TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference to hold “employers’ feet to the fire”.
The NUJ supported a motion at the TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference calling for workplace policies to support women going through the symptoms.
The TUC must use its power to argue legislative changes to strengthen the rights of disabled workers to receive “reasonable adjustments” and for employers to be fined if they do not provide them.
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