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NUJ disappointed by suspension of travel exemptions for journalists

19 January 2021: This disappointing decision will make it harder for journalists whose work involves crossing borders

Newsgatherers exempted from travel quarantine

3 December 2020: Journalists travelling as newsgatherers are now exempted from quarantine regulations.

International Day of People with Disabilities

3 December 2020: Today is the time to reflect on the lives lost to Covid-19 among disabled people and look at how the trade union movement is supporting disabled workers during the pandemic.

Third Covid-19 grant for freelances now open – but 3 million left out in the cold

3 December 2020: Applications are open for a third taxable grant, while the union battles on for redress for those still not included.

NUJ seeks review of Covid 19 breaches by RTÉ

20 November 2020: Union calls for the establishment of new health and safety committee at the broadcaster

Police reminded to respect the role of journalists as key workers

6 November 2020: All police officers to be reminded of the vital role of newsgatherers and the need to ensure they can carry out their work

Advice to photographers during lockdown

4 November 2020: As England starts a month-long lockdown from Thursday 5 November, the NUJ is reminding photographers and videographers of their rights when working.

NUJ welcomes decision to extend universal credit changes

4 November 2020: The government has listened to the unions and extended the suspension of the Minimum Income Floor which would have led to a significant drop in the award.

Government must not reverse changes in universal credit for freelances

29 October 2020: The NUJ joins the TUC and organisations representing the self-employed over plans to reverse the suspension of the minimum income floor.

World Mental Health Day, October 2020

9 October 2020: This year's theme set by the World Federation for Mental Health is 'mental health for all'.

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