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The NUJ’s motions on asylum seekers and privatisation of Channel 4 were passed by delegates.
The NUJ’s Black Members’ Council is recommending a new suite of reporting guides and tips for when reporting stories about migration.
This NUJ Ethics Council event is now available on YouTube
NUJ and IFJ call for urgent action by UK government to help secure safe passage for under-threat former BBC journalists in Afghanistan
More than seven weeks since the capture of Kabul by the Taliban, and the subsequent evacuation of western troops from the city, many journalists with close links to the UK remain stuck in hiding, fearful for their lives.
The NUJ is calling on the UK government to confirm its plans to support journalists and other media workers fleeing Afghanistan as part of its Afghan Resettlement Scheme, which has committed to resettle 5,000 Afghans in the first year of a five year plan totalling 20,000.
Union welcomes comments made today and will wait to see further details of the scheme.
Asylum and immigration remain controversial, newsworthy topics about which people have strong opinions.