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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.
Some of the UK’s biggest media companies have been named in an NUJ submission to the TUC on vulnerable workers.
The NUJ has asked the Camp for Climate Action to reconsider restrictions it intends to impose on the press covering its Climate Camp at Heathrow Airport.
Recruitment Week is here again and the union wants all members to persuade at least one person to join the union between now and June 24.