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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.
NUJ members have voted in Michelle Stanistreet as the union’s deputy general secretary.
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.