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NUJ at TUC Congress 2017

14 September 2017: Congress agreed to campaign to support freelance workers and voted to back the NUJ campaign on Al Jazeera.

NUJ responds to project Diamond preliminary results

25 August 2017: We need transparency from media companies if project Diamond is to make an impact.

IFJ condemns Israel’s announcement to shut down Al Jazeera

7 August 2017: Global union federation responds to Israeli government plan to close offices in Jerusalem, revoke journalists' credentials and shut down the network.

Summer social 2017 - NUJ London independent broadcasting and new media branch

24 July 2017: It's that time of year again. The weather might not be predictable, but that's no reason not to celebrate the summer.

Delayed action on inequality at BBC “dereliction of duty”

20 July 2017: The BBC must take immediate action to tackle what the union describes as “systemic inequality throughout the organisation”.

NUJ comment on publication of BBC stars' pay

19 July 2017: Union says "talent" salaries must not be used to undermine public service broadcasting and the BBC must address the gender pay gap.

BBC licence fee must not become bargaining chip in deal with the DUP

14 June 2017: Seamus Dooley, NUJ acting general secretary, called for "a clear and unambiguous commitment" that the prime minister would not agree to scrap the licence fee.

ABSW Science Journalism Summer School 2017

12 June 2017: This a one-day event will start or reinvigorate your career in science journalism. It will cover pitching and freelancing skills, data and investigative journalism and it will allow for networking and meeting many editors.

NUJ joins boycott of Project Diamond

2 June 2017: Until the broadcasters promise to share data from this equality monitoring scheme, the NUJ and sister unions will no longer participate.

BBC fails pledge to cut senior management posts

26 April 2017: A report by the financial watchdog the National Audit Office found those paid more than £150,000 had risen.

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