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World Mental Health Day 2023

The NUJ’s Disabled Members’ Council, Equality Council and Health & Safety Committee send a message of support and solidarity to our members on World Mental Health Day.

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National World journalists deliver vote of no confidence in chairman

The executive chairman of National World has lost the confidence of hundreds of journalists working for the company's newspapers and websites across the UK.   

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05 Jul 2023
BBC local radio strike paused as members decide on revised plan

Friday's strike is now off, as members vote on whether to accept new BBC proposals.

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NUJ meets with Reach in ACAS talks

A failure from the publisher to increase its pay offer to staff, means the union will proceed with next steps in the industrial action ballot.

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18 Jul 2022
DM2021: Equality (1)

One-day equality seminar. Menopause awareness campaign. Tougher legislation on sexual harassment. Recruitment of black photographers.

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21 May 2021
Newspaper journalists on strike today

Journalists take action in response to redundancy plans, new working practices and being underpaid.

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Midlands newspaper journalists set to strike

NUJ members are set to strike on Tuesday and Wednesday.

PR workers face stress, long hours and abuse during pandemic

Survey shows that more than three quarters of PR workers have been working longer than usual hours during the pandemic, with almost four out of five feeling more stressed than usual.

IFJ condemns actions of Iran International to frustrate NUJ recognition process

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has pledged to mobilise its affiliates the world over in the campaign to allow the journalists their choice of union.

NUJ condemns BAJ for becoming “bosses’ union of choice” at Iran International to thwart NUJ recognition process

Staff at the broadcaster are now being out under pressure to join the British Association of Journalists, the puppet union.

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