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NUJ delegates addressed conference on several motions, including on online attacks on women journalists, equal pay and domestic abuse.
Guidelines for journalists and private security officers aims to improve working relationships.
The NUJ condemns the "sheer quantity and malice of government attacks on human rights".
Natasha Hirst, NUJ vice-president, with Jo Stevens, shadow media secretary, and NUJ Cardiff branch members taking part in one of the many COP26 marches as part of the global day of action for climate justice
More women are leaving broadcasting than joining and the representation of disabled people and diversity in senior positions is woeful, according to the UK’s industry watchdog Ofcom.
Elections have been held for the union's officers and committees.
New category of membership for “students”. Chapels to approve membership. Report on a new freelance category.
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.
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.
Union’s Disabled Members’ Council calls the UK’s government's decision a sick April Fool’s joke.