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NUJ expresses grave concern over AI generated story on refugees

The NUJ has reaffirmed its position that AI is no substitute for journalism, following publication of an AI generated story titled “Should refugees in Ireland go home?”

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British government must not risk safety of journalist Ghazi Ghareeb Zorab

NUJ Parliamentary Group writes to Immigration Minister calling for a halt to the deportation of Zorab to Iraq.

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30 Jun 2023
TUC analysis finds BME workers are more likely to be unemployed than white workers

Black and minority ethnic women bear the brunt of this with an unemployment rate nearly three times that of white men. 

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TUC Black Workers’ Conference 2022

The NUJ’s motions on asylum seekers and privatisation of Channel 4 were passed by delegates.

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09 May 2022
UK government must reveal plans to support journalists fleeing from Afghanistan

The NUJ is calling on the UK government to confirm its plans to support journalists and other media workers fleeing Afghanistan as part of its Afghan Resettlement Scheme, which has committed to resettle 5,000 Afghans in the first year of a five year plan totalling 20,000.

19 Aug 2021
Reporting on refugees - NUJ Ireland & UNHCR guidance

Asylum and immigration remain controversial, newsworthy topics about which people have strong opinions.

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