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This report is about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on disabled people.
On June 25 the International Labour Organization Convention 190 on violence and harassment in the world of work came into force.
The condition needs to recognised as an occupational disease, to give workers access to legal protections and compensation.
The UK government is inviting journalists to give evidence to the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists so it can put in place measures to make sure they can operate free from threats and violence.
This is call for evidence from the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists for journalists to contribute evidence and complete a survey so the government can improve its understanding of the problem of threats and abuse towards them, and assess to the police and judicial response. The responses will enable the committee to take action to ensure that journalists operating within the UK can do so free from threats, violence and abuse.
Please complete this online survey for workers who are experiencing or have experienced Long Covid.
The union approach to keeping workers safe as the UK Government eases restrictions following the third lockdown.
The union’s welfare charity is launching a third wave of support for NUJ members who have suffered lost work livelihoods as a result of Covid-19 and lockdowns. It has committed to providing funding until the end of the government’s roadmap, which runs to 21 June.
Union calls for the establishment of new health and safety committee at the broadcaster.