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Still no justice in India

An update on the justice campaign in response to the anti-Sikh massacres in 1984 in India.

Go home on time for once

Achieving a decent work life balance is a challenge for most people working in the media industry. It's going to take all of us acting together - and if it's just one day for now then that would be a start.

Who killed my son?

NUJ member Christine Lord vowed to take on the medical authorities after the death of her son from vCJD

Dublin remembers the Lockout

NUJ Irish secretary Séamus Dooley describes the Dublin Lockout centenary.

Whistle-blower or terrorist: why the NUJ supports review of terrorism laws

Michelle Stanistreet on why she was shocked but not surprised at the detention of David Miranda for the crime of being the partner of a respected investigative journalist.

NUJ defends members working on local council publications

NUJ chapel member Helen Watson explains why the union is defending its members, describes the reality of working life for journalists and argues the demise of local and regional newspapers has nothing to do with the rise of council publications.

Tactics for anti-austerity movement: How we as campaigners use media

Anita Halpin, NUJ NEC member, addressed the People's Assembly Against Austerity in London, and explained how activists can use the media.

Tightening the Net: Be careful what you wish for

Author Alan Pearce writes about the dangers of online surveillance for journalists.

Why the Snoopers' Charter must be fought

Philip Hunt, NUJ NEC member, explains why its in every journalist's interests to fight the enactment of the so-called Snoopers' Charter.

NUJ President rebuts media myths about the union's Leveson work

In the final NUJ submission to the Leveson Inquiry, the union proposed a system of independent press regulation underpinned by statute.

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