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16 April 2016: At the start of the second day at delegate meeting, conference discussed equality and diversity in the media.
18 March 2016: The BBC's head of diversity announced new initiatives to recruit BAME journalists during the annual George Viner Memorial Awards ceremony.
16 October 2015: The sixteenth TUC Black Workers Conference took place in Scarborough, north-east England, over three days with Time To Organise as its theme.
14 October 2015: Michelle Stanistreet said the public does not want a smaller BBC and it was cobblers that the corporation was the blame for local newspaper woes.
13 April 2015: BBC placement scheme offering six months paid work within the BBC for disabled media workers.
10 April 2015: Listen online to the guest speakers talk about media diversity at the black members AGM.
7 April 2015: A coalition of public figures, trade unions and civil society groups have urged politicians to ensure the coming general election is not a playground for racial prejudice.
18 March 2015: Speech at a STUC event by Dominic Bascombe, NUJ assistant organiser
18 March 2015: National demonstration supported by the TUC.
16 March 2015: NUJ Black members AGM
Speakers: Samantha Asumadu of Media Diversified and NUJ organiser Dominic Bascombe (formerly Father of the Chapel at the Voice Newspaper.
Refreshments and registration from 6pm.
The meeting will also be an opportunity to debate issues and elect members to the NUJ Black members council. More information and documents will be sent to members when they have booked to attend.
To book a place, please email Lena Calvert, NUJ equality officer at firstname.lastname@example.org, please indicate any dietary or access requirements.