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The NUJ's new campaign calls for fair pay across journalism, providing practical support to chapels in their engagement with employers.
The corporation has disclosed it paid more than £1 million to external barristers and solicitors to deal with tribunal claims brought by staff in equal pay and race discrimination cases.
Michelle Stanistreet said: “Many NUJ members who read this Equality and Human Rights Commission report will feel it doesn’t address their lived experiences."
Stella Creasy’s bill would allow women to compare their pay to male colleagues and require companies to act to end the gender pay gap.
More than 100 personalities, from journalism, the arts, sciences and politics have written to BBC management in defence of Inside Out and the regional Sunday politics programmes under threat of cuts.
The world of work is unrecognisable from just a short time ago.
BBC presenter Samira Ahmed told the TUC Women’s conference how the NUJ won her case when she found a male colleague was paid six times more than her.
Motions on pay, periods and pregnancy benefits were three of the many issues tackled by women trade unionists.
Samira Ahmed's equal pay claim victory and Mohammed Elfenich tells how he escaped jail, thanks to the NUJ.
Both parties look forward to continuing to work together to make great programmes.