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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.
11 March 2015: The TUC has published a new guidebook on the social model of disability aimed to help unions and their members improve equality for disabled people within unions and in the workplace.
11 March 2015: The report, prepared for TUC women’s conference 2015, takes stock and looks at how women have fared through recession and austerity.
12 December 2014: Call for front-page apology following Roger Liddle's "vile comment"
8 December 2014: Author Una Mullally says radio stations claim they can only discuss her book with someone present who opposes rights for gay people.
3 December 2014: The TUC has produced new guidelines and information on shared parental leave and pregnancy.
23 October 2014: Evidence shows women are paid less and passed over for promotion, so Ofcom should hold broadcasters to account, peers were told by the NUJ.
23 October 2014: NUJ policy is to support campaigns in response to Black deaths in custody. A campaign coalition of families and friends have organised a demonstration in London on Saturday 25 October 2014.
20 October 2014: Patrick Younge explores the lack of leadership roles for Black and minority ethnic people in the UK for the annual Claudia Jones memorial lecture.