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NUJ deputy general secretary, Michelle Stanistreet, and treasurer, Anita Halpin, were two of only 10 trade union women invited to this year's Women of the Year lunch.
Forty people attended the NUJ's publishing summit on Saturday to share their experiences of organising the union in the magazine and book industry.
A senior figure in the fight for racial equality is to deliver the 2009 Claudia Jones Memorial Lecture, on the topic of terrorism and the media.
Express Newspapers have announced plans to axe 70 journalists' jobs.
The Low Pay Commission is to launch a major inquiry into the abuse of work experience placements.
Freelance workers who are primarily dependent upon a single organisation should be entitled to legal rights similar to those protecting employees, the NUJ's Freelance Organiser told a conference of contractors, tax experts and employment lawyers on Wednesday,
The NUJ's equality officer has warned that cutbacks at local media companies are damaging community relations, leaving a vacuum that can be exploited by extremists.
The work of photographers was under threat from the Metropolitan Police, a union conference in London was told yesterday.
The NUJ has launched an alternative awards scheme for the regional media in Britain and Ireland.
Regional Press Awards winners for 2009 include a photographer from the Yorkshire Post where NUJ members took 13 days of strike action to oppose compulsory cuts in the photography department.