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Media organisations in Scotland are under a duty to promote diversity in their workplaces.
The NUJ has entered into dispute proceedings with the BBC Scotland over its selection process for redundancies. The corporation is looking for a possible 15 compulsory redundancies.
The NUJ’s Scottish organiser has told BBC management it will be almost impossible to find enough volunteers for redundancy in the short time-frame given to losing 35 job losses across Scotland.
The NUJ Scottish Executive Council has expressed concern at the increase in intimidation and bullying of journalists and is keen to contribute to the debate about the role of the media in coverage of Scottish politics.
The NUJ has called for the Scottish government to launch an inquiry into the future of the country's media.
The NUJ Glasgow Branch member Alieu Ceesay, an asylum seeking journalist, has been allowed to stay in the UK.
The NUJ is demanding that Trinity Mirror reconsider its plans to axe jobs at the Daily Record & Sunday Mail.
Journalists in Scotland are welcoming an "extraordinary" documentary that exposes the relationship between controversial American billionaire Donald Trump and Grampian police.
Scotland's First Minister has questioned "the extraordinary level of redundancies being contemplated at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail".
Members of the NUJ will be attending the Johnston Press Annual General Meeting today as delegates.