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Government must reconsider dropping pilot on pay transparency

The NUJ’s Equality Council has supported the House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee’s call for the government to go ahead with a project to reduce the gender pay gap.

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High Court grants Julian Assange permission to appeal extradition to the United States

The National Union of Journalists has welcomed the High Court’s judgment granting Julian Assange victory in his case requesting leave to appeal extradition to the United States.

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Winners of 2024 NUJ/Orwell Society Young Journalist Awards announced

The entrants, students and young working journalists, wrote a column or review and explained how their writing had been influenced by the 1984 author.

Winners of the NUJ/Orwell Society Young Journalist Awards 2024

17 May 2024
Mental Health Awareness Week, 2024

The NUJ’s Disabled Members’ Council sends messages of solidarity and support to our members during Mental Health Awareness Week

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Equal pay and the gender pay gap

A yawning gender pay gap favouring men has been revealed in recent years by media companies forced to publish data under new regulations.

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14 May 2024
Media organisations’ Gender Pay Gap 2023/4

All companies with more than 250 employees must file data comparing men and women’s average pay across their organisation, the number of men and women in the highest paid bands and who gets a bonus.

10 May 2024
New journalists' safety tracker to help monitor SLAPPS

NUJ reveals aim to gather more data about incidents of 'lawfare'

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NUJ quizzes board at Reach AGM

The year of unprecedented job cuts, development of AI and the “strains and stress” for Reach journalists of trying to produce quality journalism were the members’ top issues.

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