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DM2021: Elections

Elections have been held for the union's officers and committees.

21 May 2021
DM2021: Membership

New category of membership for “students”. Chapels to approve membership. Report on a new freelance category.

21 May 2021
NUJ to publish protocol with private security workers

The union is working with the International Professional Security Association (IPSA) to launch guidance and a campaign to increase understanding between journalists and private security officers.

14 May 2021
Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

The NUJ Disabled Members’ Council and Health and Safety Committee have raised concerns about the increase in reports of members experiencing mental distress at work. 

13 May 2021
NUJ backs the TUC's concerns over end of shielding

Union’s Disabled Members’ Council calls the UK’s government's decision a sick April Fool’s joke.

NUJ Branch March 2021

Latest edition of the newsletter for branches

19 Mar 2021
Six in 10 Covid-19 deaths have been disabled people

Disabled workers have found themselves on the pandemic’s brutal frontline, Frances O’Grady, TUC general secretary, told the Disabled Workers’ Conference.

11 Mar 2021
How gender-based violence is silencing women journalists

Natasha Hirst told the TUC Women’s Conference that female writers are self-censoring or withdrawing from online spaces as a result of the abuse they suffer.

04 Mar 2021
One in three LGBT+ members have been bullied or discriminated at work

Almost one-third (29 per cent) of the NUJ members surveyed during February’s LGBT+ History month and in the run up to the TUC’s LGBT+ conference said they had experienced bullying, harassment, ill-treatment or discrimination at work as a result of their sexuality or gender identity.

25 Feb 2021
Media industry must publish its gender pay gap data this spring

The NUJ has called for the media, publishing and communications industries to prove their commitment to equality by publishing their gender pay gaps this spring, and not the new deadline of October.

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