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2 June 2017: Until the broadcasters promise to share data from this equality monitoring scheme, the NUJ and sister unions will no longer participate.
24 April 2017: Women journalists shared their working life experiences and the results of an NUJ survey on how women percieved the industry were revealed.
London Assembly told Londoners deserve better than a fake editor George Osborne for their flagship newspaper
21 March 2017: The NUJ gives evidence to the Assembly's economic committee on local news provision in London.
14 February 2017: It was a day for journalists who work with images – photographers, videographers and others – to come together to share professional knowledge and expertise and network.
30 November 2016: Union calls on Ofcom and government to address the lack of diversity and equality on the Channel 4 board.
3 November 2016: After a bruising experience with Kelvin MacKenzie, the Channel 4 presenter prefered to take a nuanced approach to looking at the representation of people on colour in the media.
24 October 2016: The union has supported MEP Lynn Boylan's report which calls for action to ensure greater diversity of media ownership in Ireland.
13 October 2016: Black women are too often "throw away characters" on our screens, a meeting for Scottish Black History Month was told.
14 September 2016: Panellists will examine the gender disparities, challenges and opportunities for making women of colour more visible and powerful in media.
18 July 2016: To suggest that a journalist is incapable of reporting on a terrorist outrage because of the colour of her skin, her religion or the clothes that she wears says all you need to know about the contemptible views of Kelvin MacKenzie.