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Jonathan Heawood, founding director of the IMPRESS project, highlights the need for press regulation that is independent of politicians and press owners.
NUJ PR and Communications branch secretary Mark Whitehead explains the importance of NUJ membership for PR professionals.
NUJ member Alan Taman explains the importance of the upcoming health journalism conference for NUJ members and other media professionals.
Member of Parliament and former journalist Alex Cunningham suggests the Secretary of State’s new role would be better described as "Censor in Chief".
TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady explains why British workers need a pay rise.
The Open Justice Project has teamed up with the union to offer training on the Justice and Security Act, a law that conceals information from the public, denies independent media scrutiny and insulates the government from scandal.
Earlier this year over 200 activists, journalists and readers came to events around the UK to debate the opportunities and the barriers for bringing more local news outlets into co-operative ownership models.
NUJ member Angela Haggerty describes her experience of being harassed and how the union helped.
If your work brings you into contact with the police whether covering riots or climate camp, from Plebgate to the NSA, then the police could have you on their database. So find out if you are on the database. It takes ten minutes.
In June 2013 Turkey experienced the biggest social uprising of its history so what did the journalists union of Turkey do?