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The union's Disabled Members’ Council said the roll out of the benefit has been shambolic, caused hardship to disabled workers and welcomed the National Audit Office's report.
After a two-year negotiation unions at the BBC have accepted the deal, but say there is still work to be done.
The Women and Equalities Committee has recommended an action plan to improve the collection of data across government departments for its Race Disparity Audit.
The NUJ's newspapers and agencies industrial council is calling on chapels to promote the health benefits of taking your legal break and having a picnic.
The NUJ's Black Members' Council met to report on its work, affirm DM motions and discuss recruitment in the creative industries.
Media stereotypes, greater on-screen presence, learning disabilities and Brexit were raised by the union during TUC disabled workers' conference.
Deal shows the value of employees getting organised, says chapel.
The union spoke to motions on diversity in the media and the Windrush generation and held a fringe on youth violence.
Union says the review must be wide-ranging and examine the range of challenges facing journalism and journalists.
The NUJ fully supports the cross-party amendments on Leveson inquiry part two, and remains concerned about the approach to awarding costs and arbitration.