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Have your say on legal threats to journalists and the chilling effect on media freedom

The NUJ is urging members to respond to a call for evidence about the use of SLAPPs in England and Wales.

TUC Women's conference 2022

NUJ delegates addressed conference on several motions, including on online attacks on women journalists, equal pay and domestic abuse.

18 Mar 2022
NUJ welcomes government commitment to SLAPP "clampdown"

A new consultation seeks views on proposals tackling the weaponising of lawsuits to silence journalists.

The report of the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities

The commission's report into racial and ethnic disparities in the UK

31 Mar 2021
Six in 10 Covid-19 deaths have been disabled people

Disabled workers have found themselves on the pandemic’s brutal frontline, Frances O’Grady, TUC general secretary, told the Disabled Workers’ Conference.

11 Mar 2021
Tougher laws needed to strengthen women’s rights at work

More robust laws are needed to improve employment equality, particularly as women have born the brunt of the fall out of the pandemic, Sara Lewis, vice-chair of the NUJ's Equality Council told the TUC's Women’s Conference.

05 Mar 2021
Committee Statements – TUC Women's Conference 2021

Committee statements on unequal impact of Covid-19 on women, ending gender-based violence and strengthening women’s rights and representation at work from the TUC Women's Conference 2021.

05 Mar 2021
How gender-based violence is silencing women journalists

Natasha Hirst told the TUC Women’s Conference that female writers are self-censoring or withdrawing from online spaces as a result of the abuse they suffer.

04 Mar 2021
NUJ says government cheerleaders should stop petty, personalised attacks on journalists

The NUJ has responded to a further attack on HuffPost reporter Nadine White, this time by Conservative MP Neil O'Brien.

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