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21 August 2013: Dr Nicola Rollock, deputy director of the Centre for Research in Race & Education, will be presenting this year's Claudia Jones lecture.
21 August 2013: Race and racism in a post-racial age: 20 years on since the murder of Stephen Lawrence is the subject of this year's Claudia Jones Lecture.
9 August 2013: This training course will train equality reps in their new role and help them get to grips with the new and changing equality agenda.
28 June 2013: As the Sun announced it is to continue with Page 3, the NUJ held an event on 27 June to discuss how women are portrayed in the media
3 June 2013: Safety of journalists, austerity economics, the media's portrayal of women, defending authors' rights and building the strength of unions are all topics to be addressed.
22 May 2013: A study published by the European and International Federations of Journalists has shown that women in Europe make up 42% journalists' unions membership and 36% of leading positions.
18 April 2013: An NUJ event on homophobia and transphobia in the media asks - has anything changed since the 1983 Bermondsey by-election?
16 April 2013: Rosaline Kelly, who became the first woman elected as president of the National Union of Journalists in 1975, has died aged 90 in her native Ireland following a short illness.
14 April 2013: Tributes have been paid to Rosaline Kelly, the first woman elected president of the National Union of Journalists.
18 March 2013: NUJ motions calling for a campaign for parenthood to become a protected characteristic under the Equality Act and for media companies to protect journalists against online abuse were overwhelmingly carried.