Showing items tagged with 'equality'
11 October 2012: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, has condemned sexism and harassment at work and urged the government and media employers to acknowledge and address the problems that exist in the media industry.
19 September 2012: George Entwistle, the BBC's new director general, has promised that there will be more female presenters on the news.
11 July 2012: Bad journalism can have a significant impact on the lives of LGBT people and other groups of vulnerable workers, Mike Smith told the TUC's LGBT annual conference.
3 July 2012: The 2012 NUJ women's conference heard about the experience of many female journalists and bloggers who find themselves victims of the vile, sexually-violent invective of internet trolls.
17 May 2012: The NUJ is proud to support the international day against homophobia and transphobia.
29 March 2012: The NUJ has been recognised for hugely increasing the number of women on its national executive council from 13 per cent to 32 per cent.
28 March 2012: A London debate on ageism has heard that today's population is living longer and working longer, yet the cult of youth is as strong as ever largely fuelled by the media industry.
21 March 2012: Where are all the Women? Sexism in the media: conference report and podcast.
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.