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Plans to restructure the NUJ for the 21st century could include changes to the sectors, a first report has proposed.
Staff at York and County Press nominated for a media award were ignored – only management was invited to the Press Gazette Regional Press Awards ceremony in London.
The TUC-backed Commission on Vulnerable Employment has urged the government and enforcement agencies to act on employers who flout laws on pay and rights at work.
The NUJ, the UN Refugee Agency and the Information Centre on Asylum and Refugees (ICAR) have launched fresh guidelines on coverage of refugees and asylum seekers.
The TUC Women’s Conference has elected NUJ president, Michelle Stanistreet, to a leading union body which fights gender inequality in the workplace.
Channel 4 journalist, Samira Ahmed, tries to use her background and experiences to give a voice to as many people as possible.
The results of elections in contested seats on the National Executive Committee have been announced.
NUJ general secretary, Jeremy Dear, has signed a commitment to promote greener, more environmentally friendly workplaces and to encourage employers to take climate change issues seriously.
Employers are putting quality journalism under threat by failing to invest in the journalists who staff their multi-media newsrooms.
The seventh annual Claudia Jones memorial lecture given by educator, author and award-winning broadcaster, Dr Robert Beckford, at London City Hall.