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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
NUJ briefing on the Digital Markets, Competition and Consumer Bill

The imbalance between platforms and publishers has resulted in large companies including tech giants generating advertising revenue and attracting users without providing a share of profits back to publishers.

Pay campaign

The NUJ's 2023 pay campaign calls for fair pay across journalism, providing practical support to chapels in their engagement with employers.

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01 Sep 2023
Sustainability of local journalism

The Culture, Media and Sport committee has published the UK government’s response to its report on the sustainability of local journalism.

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NUJ welcomes recognition at Agence France-Presse (AFP), London bureau

In the coming weeks, union reps and management will hold their first negotiation meeting after successfully securing formal union recognition with the London bureau of the global news agency.

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Press agencies' body hits out at Reach's paltry rates of pay

Jon Harris, of the National Association of Press Agencies, has written an open letter to Reach Plc’s editor in chief Lloyd Embley to protest at the company’s ‘’paltry’’ rates of pay to freelances in the wake of today’s journalists’ strike.

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AFP should reinstate Nasser Abu Bakr

The International Federation of Journalists, backed by the NUJ, has called for the urgent reinstatement of Nasser Abu Bakr, the head of the Palestinian Journalists Syndicate following his victimisation by French news agency, AFP.

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Assange’s bid for privacy is a dangerous precedent

Unless the media forces courts to justify keeping material from the media, the danger is that it becomes the default.

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