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NUJ BMC Migrant Journalist Conference

7 February 2020: The NUJ Black Members’ Council would like to invite you to attend itsC aimed at discussing the many issues facing journalists in a post-Brexit era.

Photographers' Summit 2017

7 December 2016: Conference for lens-focused members which will discuss the future & developments of press photography.

Who will pay for Welsh Journalism?

7 October 2015: This one-day conference held by the NUJ and the University of South Wales’s Centre for the Study of Media and Culture in Small Nations will review the Welsh news media landscape.

Irish unions back commission on media ownership

8 July 2015: ICTU pledges support for a commission on the future of the media in Ireland.

TUC backs motion on LGBT third party complaints

26 June 2015: Unanimous support for NUJ attempts to challenge homophobic reporting.

Proper wages not pooper scoopers

21 April 2015: Speaking at the annual conference of the National Union of Students, Michelle Stanistreet explains why young people should join a union.

DM2011: Call for return to annual conferences rejected

8 January 2015: NUJ delegates in Southport voted not to return to holding annual conferences after a debate about priorities for union spending at a time of critical attacks on jobs, pay and public services.

IFJ conference agrees to stand up against hate speech

30 April 2014: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) gathered journalists, academics, and freedom of expression experts together on Friday 25 April, for the Media, Armed Conflict and Hate Speech conference in Brussels.

DM2014: More women on the back page and fewer fluffy socialites in PR

11 April 2014: Conference voted to campaign for a media and union that was representative of the population.

DM 2014: Unpaid work the curse of freelance classes!

11 April 2014: If publishers think content not worth paying for, why should readers pay for it, asks John Toner

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