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Journalism students at Fife College are celebrating after the college reversed its decision to end its practical journalism course following pressure from the NUJ.
The NUJ offering support to students at Fife College campaigning against cuts to journalism courses.
NUJ member and journalist Ian Bell is being commemorated by a new award for young writers launched by the union's Edinburgh branch and Ian's family.
The NUJ played an active role in this year's STUC Black workers conference held in Clydebank.
NUJ members were shocked at the scale of proposed job losses and the union has now submitted a list of demands to the company.
Scottish journalists have accused MSPs of failing statutory duties in respect of Freedom of Information requests.
Women journalists shared their working life experiences and the results of an NUJ survey on how women percieved the industry were revealed.
The survey found the most common forms of discrimination women face relate to promotion and career advancement opportunities.
This two-year post will be responsible for the development of the Innovation and Equality: a Strategy for a Sustainable Media Industry project.
Fiona Davidson highlights some of the key problems for women in the media and society.