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NUJ photographers’ council condemns lack of transparency with Gen-AI images 

Images of the Israel-Hamas war generated using artificial intelligence without clear labelling risk the erosion of public confidence in photography.

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09 Nov 2023
#useitpayforit: guidelines for selling your pictures

The NUJ's #useitpayforit campaign encourages amateurs to understand the value of the photographs and videos they provide to news organisations.


14 Sep 2023
Government announces new National Security Bill amendments

NUJ calls for public interest defence and further changes to the bill to ensure sufficient protections for journalism.

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23 Feb 2023
Hertfordshire Constabulary accepts liability for unlawful detention of journalist

The National Union of Journalists has welcomed an admission from the police force recognising journalist Ben Cawthra was falsely imprisoned following his arrest in November.

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21 Dec 2022
National Security Bill - template letter to MPs

Write to your MP to raise concerns about the National Security Bill and urge them to seek support for necessary amendments in the House of Lords.

24 Nov 2022
NEC condemns journalists’ arrests

The union’s national executive council has passed a motion in support of members.  

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Coalition of journalism organisations slam the National Security Bill

The NUJ has joined leading journalism and press freedom organisations in severely criticising the National Security Bill, making its way through parliament.

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Safety tips on the go

The NUJ and Society of Editors have launched a mobile-friendly safety toolkit to help members find advice and information while they are on the move.

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03 Nov 2022
Press agencies' body hits out at Reach's paltry rates of pay

Jon Harris, of the National Association of Press Agencies, has written an open letter to Reach Plc’s editor in chief Lloyd Embley to protest at the company’s ‘’paltry’’ rates of pay to freelances in the wake of today’s journalists’ strike.

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NUJ members condemn targeting of journalists

“Don’t shoot the messenger” event highlights need for a ‘cultural change’ as members stand in solidarity against the abuse of all within the union.

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