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General secretary stresses independent future for NUJ
NUJ president opens conference in Eastbourne with upbeat assessment of union's role for the future.
The ABSW Science Writers’ Awards for Britain and Ireland are now open for entry.
The NUJ has vacancies for NUJ councils starting in April 2014. The union wants to encourage more members to take part in NUJ democracy, work and decision-making.
NUJ offices are closed over the Christmas period from Monday 23rd December 2014 and will reopen on Thursday 2nd January 2014.
Dr Nicola Rollock gave the 12th annual Claudia Jones Lecture on the relevance of the term 'post-racial' in the UK context.
Regional newspaper group Johnston Press has opened up a group-wide voluntary redundancy programme. The announcement comes soon after previous unstructured cuts and is deeply concerning for journalists.
The World Health Organisation's world suicide prevention day was 10 September. The NUJ has a resource on reporting on suicides.
The union has condemned online attacks against women journalists including rape and bomb threats.
Despite reports that the Johnston Press is to bring in a performance-related pay review following its 18-month pay freeze, the company has given the NUJ an assurance that its normal collective bargaining agreement will be resumed.