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NUJ calls for end to threats and intimidation of journalists reporting on the referendum in Scotland
The NUJ has expressed concern at the increase in intimidation and bullying of journalists covering the independence referendum in Scotland and calls for people on both sides of the campaign to rein in the abuse being directed at our members.
The NUJ has long campaigned on equality matters and supports organising events during the annual Black history month celebrations across the country.
Launch of the Forth Valley College Digital Journalism MA at the Stirling Campus.
The NUJ Edinburgh freelance branch launches new award for arts journalists.
A digital journalism apprenticeship, developed by the NUJ, will benefit 30-50 trainees working in newspapers and broadcasting.
David Limond was sentenced to six months after refering to a Glasgow reporter as “Taig of the day” and “scum of the day”
The NUJ has welcomed the settlement and the increases in pay for its members and staff.
Regardless of the outcome of the Scottish referendum, the NUJ believes there needs to be commission on the future of the media.
NUJ celebrated Black history month with Sun, Sand, Sea and Scotland - an evening of historical talks, book readings and poetry that examined Scotland’s role in the trans Atlantic slave trade.
Journalists at the Herald, Sunday Herald and Evening Times in Scotland have voted overwhelmingly to take industrial action over compulsory redundancies.