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Michelle Stanistreet has called on journalists to make sure they're aware of the sensitivities of reporting on issues such as rape and other violence against women.
Delegates to the NUJ's annual conference left Southport today after pledging to lead a major push to defend quality journalism in the UK and Ireland.
Liz Fekete, a leading figure in the battle for racial equality, delivered the 2009 Claudia Jones memorial lecture entitled "Who's terrorising who? The media and the war on terror".
Christine Buckley has been elected the next editor of the Journalist, the NUJ's membership magazine.
Guardian News and Media have announced plans to cut Observer paper down to four sections, consisting of news and sport alongside a Review section and magazine and a single monthly supplement.
The NUJ has condemned the Trinity Mirror publishing group for closing its final-salary pension scheme – and for telling staff about it late on Friday afternoon.
Journalists working at far-right demonstrations are being threatened with death, violence and intimidation and the union has demanded tough, urgent action to stop it.
The NUJ is urging chapels and branches to take up the cause of equal pay for women, following Equal Pay Day in the UK last Friday.
The NUJ has criticised the BBC's decision to invite the leader of the far-right British National Party to take part in the flagship Question Time programme.
The NUJ has apologised to journalist Suzanne Breen for an article in the September/October edition of the Journalist, the union's membership magazine.