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TUC report finds seven in 10 disabled women say they have been sexually harassed at work

A survey found 68 per cent had been harassed, with one in eight leaving their jobs because of this. 

Journalists asked to give evidence of threats to their safety 

The UK government is inviting journalists to give evidence to the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists so it can put in place measures to make sure they can operate free from threats and violence. 

02 Jun 2021
Long Covid Survey

Please complete this online survey for workers who are experiencing or have experienced Long Covid.

04 May 2021
More than half of NUJ members say they have had mental health concerns during the pandemic

An all-members’ survey revealed many found juggling work and the effects of Covid-19 caused stress and anxiety. 

26 Feb 2021
Freelances struggle for work and aid a year on

It was the self-employed who saw work disappear almost from the outset of the pandemic, survey finds.

26 Feb 2021
One in three LGBT+ members have been bullied or discriminated at work

Almost one-third (29 per cent) of the NUJ members surveyed during February’s LGBT+ History month and in the run up to the TUC’s LGBT+ conference said they had experienced bullying, harassment, ill-treatment or discrimination at work as a result of their sexuality or gender identity.

25 Feb 2021
NUJ Branch December 2020

A special newsletter providing information and news for and from branches during the present crisis.

17 Dec 2020
NUJ Branch May 2020

A special newsletter providing information and news for and from branches during the present crisis.

22 May 2020
Two-thirds of media workers have suffered financially because of the pandemic

As many as 66 per cent of UK media workers have suffered financially because of the pandemic and lockdown, with freelances feeling unsupported by the government’s financial aid package.

IFJ launches global platform for quality journalism

Fears are growing that global press freedom is under its most serious threat yet because of the impact of the coronavirus crisis.

04 May 2020

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