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Amongst many other changes needed in journalism to help it survive in an organised and professional manner, journalists need to be able to operate without the fear of poverty or unemployment and for newsrooms to have central to their activity the NUJ code of conduct.
The official commemoration of the 1913 Lock Out will be remembered as “a hypocritical charade” if the government commitment to publish legislation on collective bargaining is not honoured by the end of the year.
An NUJ seminar in Dublin for freelance and student members to find out how to steer clear of the gangsters and chancers who promise but don’t deliver, and learn what the NUJ can do for freelance members who have problems getting paid.
£1,000 bursary awarded to best article on improving awareness of healthy lifestyles
Video footage from the NUJ Ireland women's conference 2013
NUJ describes comments by Ireland's Finance Minister Michael Noonan regarding the role of investigative journalistsas “off the wall”
An Irish parliamentary committee has recognised the unique role of freelance journalists by advocating a special registration system for them to make Freedom of Information requests.
The NUJ President demanded action to protect media plurality across Europe, as the NUJ in Ireland marked World Press Freedom Day with a series of events in Dublin.
The NEC has established a hardship fund for freelances who have suffered financial losses due to the TCH Group receivership and are suffering significant hardship as a result.
Seven former Sunday Tribune journalists received payments between them of nearly €160,000 after a two-year battle on their behalf by the NUJ finally came to an end.