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16 August 2018: Join us at Byline Festival next weekend for an NUJ LFB Panel discussion/Q&A on freelance journalism.
7 February 2018: Ever since the phone hacking scandal, and the resignation of senior Met officers, the relationship between the police and the press has been fraught. An expert panel discusses the implications for the media.
12 October 2017: Since the EU referendum UK hate crimes have doubled, confirming anecdotal evidence than many 'Leave' voters believed their vote meant that people of colour should 'Leave' the UK.Our Byline panel comprises five women who have personal and professional experience of racism and how to combat it.
26 September 2017: In a wide-ranging interview James will discuss his political and journalistic career, and how the faults in British political coverage contributed to the Brexit crisis.
24 August 2017: This Byline Festival event asks with the power of digital profiling and hidden offshore funds, and election rules being flouted and consensus automated,how do journalists investigate these new threats of informational warfare and fight the rise of weaponised fake news?
16 October 2015: Deirdre O’Neill highlights the massive under-representation of women working in sports media.
26 February 2015: Five journalism students are awarded bursaries from the NUJ's charity founded to broaden the diversity of journalists working in the British and Irish media.