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New training opportunities for NUJ members

Free courses on leadership skills and news verification skills have been launched for 2024.

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14 Feb 2024
NUJ news verification workshops

Fake news may be as old as the Pharaohs, but with AI making it all too easy to create false stories journalists need to learn new tricks of the trade.

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07 Feb 2024
NUJ Hi Viz - Issue 1

Issue one of the Health and Safety committee's newsletter explores work habits and health risks following the pandemic, latest activity from the campaigns team, good employer practice and more.

29 Mar 2023
Registration open for NUJ Freelance tax seminar

NUJ freelances and those thinking of going freelance can join a free online seminar on taxation being held on 7 February.

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Freelance tax seminar on 13 October

There’s still time to register a free place for Thursday’s session focused on taxation for freelances.

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11 Oct 2022
Google and NUJ to launch training partnership

The union, in partnership with Google News Lab, is launching a new training programme to improve journalists’ digital skills and also develop the management skills of members in their mid-career.

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07 Jul 2022
The Mary Maher Bursary

The bursary will support aspiring journalists in Ireland from under-represented backgrounds.

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A new journalists’ safety tool from the NUJ

The NUJ, with support from the Google News Initiative, has launched an online interactive tool to help journalists’ deal with hostile environments and cyber threats.


07 Dec 2021
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
Sad day for union-led skills training

Despite a desperate campaign to save the Union Learning Fund which each year supported around 200,000 workers with skills training and career development, Gavin Williamson, Education Secretary, has pulled the plug on the £12m funding.

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01 Apr 2021

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