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NUJ alarmed at increase in incidents with the police and photographers

The union has commented after charges were dropped against a photographer arrested by South Wales Police one day before the trial was due to begin.


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
DM2023: relations with the police

Nigel Dickinson of the Photographers’ Council said some police officers still misunderstood the rights of journalists and photographers.

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29 Apr 2023
DM2023: government policies

The union committed to challenge attacks on journalism and campaign against harmful rhetoric about migrants.


29 Apr 2023
DM2023: freelance issues

The appalling rates offered to freelances were discussed by delegates.

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28 Apr 2023
New guidance from the NUJ and International Professional Security Association

Guidelines for journalists and private security officers aims to improve working relationships.

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16 Mar 2022
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
Minutes Photographers' Council 5 October 2020

Minutes of the Photographers' Council 5 October 2020.

05 Oct 2020
Photographers call on News UK to ditch exploitative contract

The NUJ and The British Press Photographers' Association are calling on photographers to refuse to sign the latest News UK rights-grabbing contract.

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