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6 April 2017: Changes in law to make employers collect data on the gender pay gap must be used by unions to fight for fairer workplaces.
22 March 2016: Not all media employers want to embrace transparency or flexible working and if they are compelled to do so it will make media employment more accessible.
22 September 2015: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. A SIMILAR EVENT WILL BE HELD IN SPRING AT DELEGATE MEETING.THE RESULTS OF THE SURVEY WILL BE PUBLISHED LATER THIS MONTH.
13 July 2015: The Chainmakers festival commemorates the 10-day strike by women in 1910 to secure a minimum wage. Today the battle for equal pay goes on.
30 September 2014: Reports of sexual harassment, examples of "everyday sexism" and career progression stymied after having children were cited in a survey of NUJ members.
11 April 2014: Conference voted to campaign for a media and union that was representative of the population.
7 November 2013: Women working in culture, media and sport experience the second biggest pay gap at 27.5 per cent – around £10,000 a year.
8 November 2012: An NUJ member working for the Press Association has achieved an £8k per annum back-dated pay increase after lodging a grievance supported by the NUJ.
2 November 2010: The NUJ marked this year's Equal Pay Day on Tuesday 2 November by raising awareness about unequal pay and organising a cake sale.
25 October 2010: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ General Secretary, writes about the NUJ's tradition of equality and the battle for equal pay.