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Natasha Hirst has taken over as the NUJ’s president and Gerry Curran and Fran McNulty are the joint vice presidents.
Discrimination and prejudice in the workplace needs to be called out and robust polices put in place, conference agreed.
The safety of journalists has been and will continue to be a major priority for the union
After more than a century the union voted narrowly to abolish the titles Mother of Chapel and Father of Chapel. Camilla Bracheshi supported a young member's seat on the Equality Council.
Conference agreed to a subs increase following lively debate.
Members will continue to receive The Journalist in a digital format as default.
Nigel Dickinson of the Photographers’ Council said some police officers still misunderstood the rights of journalists and photographers.
Protection of sources, Freedom of Information and media plurality all featured in the media freedom debate.
Initiatives promoting public interest journalism and broadcasting were discussed and Siobhan Holliman moved a motion on the Future of Media Commission.
Domonique Davies, niece of the environmental journalist killed in Brazil, spoke to conference.