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Report on the National Pensioners’ Convention webinar Connections for All: digital & the right to choose
To mark UN International Day of Older People on Friday 1 October, the National Pensioners’ Convention held a webinar Connections for All: digital & the right to choose’
More women are leaving broadcasting than joining and the representation of disabled people and diversity in senior positions is woeful, according to the UK’s industry watchdog Ofcom.
The deadline for applications for bursaries for black and minority ethnic journalism students has been extended to 5pm on Monday 16 August.
The government has failed to act on the disability pay gap and rights on reasonable adjustments.
A survey found 68 per cent had been harassed, with one in eight leaving their jobs because of this.
The NUJ has signed a TUC letter taking the government to task over its inaction to address the inequality experienced by the LGBT+ community who face discrimination at work.
TUC letter, signed by the NUJ, to Liz Truss, women and equalities minister, calling on the government to promote equality and eliminate discrimination against LGBT+ people.
It was a George Viner bursary which put Nabil Mehdinejad on the road to making award-winning journalist videos. The deadline for this year's applications is 5pm on Monday 16 August.
NUJ statement on the Welsh Government Locked Out report about the impact of Covid-19 on disabled people
The Equality Council calls for scrutiny of the evidence that 68 per cent of Covid-19 related deaths comprised disabled people.