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Chris Frost explains how it’s been tough watching employers and government play on the legitimate fears of journalists but if we can persuade more people to join and build strong chapels, they'd feel more secure and happier at work.
The bill threatens not just rights & traditions in trade unionism, it is a threat to good journalism - #heartunions
Pete's essentials for the job when he started work were shorthand, touch typing, microphone techniques and an NUJ membership card.
Anita Halpin looks back over nearly 45 years as a trade union member as part of #heartunions week
George Morris, an NUJ chapel rep at the Yorkshire Weekly Newspaper Group explains the benefits of the NUJ as part of the TUC #heartunions week
An NUJ member and working photographer warns colleagues and raises safety concerns following a violent demonstration in Dover.
The former NUJ general secretary's life will be celebrated at St Bride's, Fleet Street, on Tuesday 19 January.
Each year during Black History Month the union hosts a lecture in honour of journalist, activist and campaigner Claudia Jones.
The union critically responds to the editors’ code of practice changes.
Aliezra Rajaee, journalist and board member of the Association of Iranian journalists (AoIJ) on Monday after more than four years in prison.
The sixteenth TUC Black Workers Conference took place in Scarborough, north-east England, over three days with Time To Organise as its theme.