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NUJ comments on clauses related to the exclusion of the public and restrictions on members of the press attending trials. We are concerned about the impact changes will have on journalists including court reporters facing considerable changes to their ability to report trials if proposals are enacted.
Launched on UN human rights day, this white paper covers issues such as global freedom of expression, working conditions, youth and gender equality.
10-point charter for freelances rights and benefits.
This guide is for journalists who want to report on these complex issues accurately, sensitively and powerfully.
Media reporting showed the youth, who defiantly marched on the streets of Britain in protest at the murder by US police of unarmed Black man George Floyd, were the heart and soul of the massive Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement this summer.
The IFJ has launched a series of global proposals in response to the coronavirus crisis.
The world of work is unrecognisable from just a short time ago.
Social media is a great source of news and features, both providing new and interesting contacts, showing trends of public interest and identifying possible stories. However, using social media for these reasons can raise new ethical dilemmas.
Summary pamphlet of guidelines produced for the those working in any form of media, including print, broadcast and digital by the Scottish parliament’s cross-party group on tackling Islamophobia and endorsed by the NUJ.
It's not often that an event shakes our profession, our union and society as powerfully as the tragic death of Lyra McKee.