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The union has strongly urged long-awaited hearings of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal into targeted covert surveillance of journalists Barry McCaffrey and Trevor Birney by UK authorities, be held in open court.
Protection of sources, accuracy and artificial intelligence were focal points in the NUJ Ethics council webinar.
Images of the Israel-Hamas war generated using artificial intelligence without clear labelling risk the erosion of public confidence in photography.
The union encourages journalists to report on the UK’s treatment of disabled people.
The union’s Ethics and Disabled Members councils have urged the regulator to insist on ethical reporting.
Guidelines being drawn up by the NUJ’s Ethics Council will be supported by the TUC LGBT committee and other unions, following a debate at the TUC LGBT+ conference.
The DMC has called on the media industry to take action to address unethical reporting on disability issues
Natasha Hirst has taken over as the NUJ’s president and Gerry Curran and Fran McNulty are the joint vice presidents.
For #IWD2023 the NUJ says the best way to improve women’s rights in the workplace is to join the union
NUJ says news industry needs to provide more data on disabled workers