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21 May 2020: This year’s mental health awareness week finds us in strange and difficult times – but the NUJ has advice and a podcast to see members through it.
16 December 2019: Michelle Stanistreet says the "flagrant bullying" of the BBC and Channel 4 must be stopped and she saluted the professionalism of broadcast journalists working during a divisive and difficult election campaign.
12 December 2019: The papers involved were The Herald, The Herald on Sunday, the Glasgow Times, The National and The Sunday National.
3 December 2019: THIS HAS BEEN CANCELLED -- ONLINE COURSES WILL TAKE ITS PLACE SOON
16 May 2019: The NUJ says Mental Health Awareness Week is a good opportunity to work with employers to identify factors which lead to stress in the workplace.
12 April 2019: Union activists and officials met in Manchester to share information, network and discuss strategies to meet the challenges of the industry.
8 March 2019: The NUJ’s proposal seeking to redress the gender imbalance in photography and videography was unanimously carried.
18 February 2019: The two-day course offers guidance on dealing with the specific health, safety and welfare issues of bullying, harassment and work-related stress.
1 February 2019: Unions from the media and arts industries met employers' bodies to discuss how they could work together to end sexual harassment at work.
21 November 2018: Journalists working online was the focus of an event organised in Dublin last weekend