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Ninety years after journalists on national newspapers in England secured one of the first equal pay agreements, the gap between men’s and women’s wages is growing.
NUJ members working at Media Wales have voted to hold a strike ballot if any members are threatened with compulsory redundancy.
NUJ members at Express Newspapers have taken their concerns about changes at the paper direct to proprietor Richard Desmond.
The NUJ welcomed a formal agreement to improve relations between the union and Johnston Press
November 5 is the European Federation of Journalists’ Stand Up for Journalism Day – and it’s time to remind people why journalism matters.
The media had a vital role in confronting and exposing xenophobic attitudes and cultures, Dr Doudou Diène told a meeting at City Hall in London.
The NUJ has launched a major campaign to combat stress in response to biting cuts across the media industry.
The NUJ has released a short film highlighting some of the problems faced by journalists covering public demonstrations.
Metropolitan Police chiefs are reported to have reached an agreement with a small group of photographers that, if true, would interfere in editorial decision-making.
The NUJ has hit out at Johnston Press’s latest rounds of cuts.