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Confronting the Climate Crisis: the role of the media and trade unionists

18 June 2019: London Magazines Branch June meeting. How can journalists better inform the public about the science behind climate change?

New models in new media - LIBNM branch meeting

15 February 2019: Can new funding models end the crisis in new media?

Branches are for members in need

12 February 2019: As part of the TUC's heart unions week, Brian Williams explains the role and value of a local NUJ branch

Brighton & Sussex branch meet Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP

23 January 2019: The branch event offers NUJ members the chance to talk directly to one of their local political representatives

London Freelance Branch AGM

10 January 2019: The London Freelance Branch meeting on Monday 14 January 2019 is our Annual General Meeting at which LFB elects its committee for the next year. We encourage all full members of the branch to consider standing for the Committee.

NUJ London central branch meeting: defend journalists in Turkey

6 November 2018: Special meeting on the plight of journalists in Turkey as regime cracks down on opposition and fair news reporting.

20 years online - London branch meeting

20 September 2018: NUJ branch rep and activist Donnacha DeLong will talk about 20 years working online.

NUJ London Freelance Branch meeting, September 2018

22 August 2018: Branch business and Safiullah Tazib on how we can support journalists facing violence worldwide.

Buzzfeed solidarity - NUJ London independent broadcasting and new media branch

14 June 2018: The next branch meeting will be during the Buzzfeed ballot for NUJ recognition. Come along and let's see what we can do to support the members there and encourage a yes vote.

NUJ LFB members' meeting: workers' rights in the UK/EU post-Brexit

6 June 2018: What will happen to our many EU national colleagues after the UK leaves the European Union? What fate awaits our UK national colleagues living and working in EU countries? Speakers & discussion.

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