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At the annual Claudia Jones lecture, this year Kehinde Andrews spoke of Claudia Jones as the perfect example of what radicalism is
Christine Buckley has been re-elected as the editor of the union's magazine
Today the NUJ has launched a new campaign seeking holiday pay for freelance media workers.
Delegates at the Biennial Delegate Meeting in Dublin on November 16 will reflect on two years of significant challenges for the union in Ireland.
The main aim in producing the guidelines is to improve the portrayal, accuracy, representation and terminology used about Islam and Muslims
NUJ tribute to father of Irish broadcasting Gay Byrne
The NUJ Disabled Members' and Equality Councils are supporting a TUC campaign to raise awareness of the disability pay gap.
We need independent, quality journalism now more than ever, and that is why it is vital to end impunity
NUJ member Samira Ahmed will appear at an employment tribunal to challenge unequal pay at the BBC
Organised by the union's Black members’ council during Black history month, the guest speaker this year is Professor Kehinde Andrews