Showing items tagged with 'equality'
7 April 2017: A TUC survey showing racism at work has a huge impact on black, Asian and minority ethnic workers’ wellbeing prompted debate at conference.
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.
London Assembly told Londoners deserve better than a fake editor George Osborne for their flagship newspaper
21 March 2017: The NUJ gives evidence to the Assembly's economic committee on local news provision in London.
10 March 2017: TUC women's conference passed a NUJ motion calling for measures to combat misogynistic abuse on social media.
8 March 2017: The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is fighting for a more inclusive, gender-equal world of work.
20 December 2016: This course is aimed reps who have completed the stage 3 reps' programme and will provide an update on changes in employments laws that affect reps and their members at work.
2 December 2016: NUJ disabled members push for progressive change as part of UK disability history month.
30 November 2016: Union calls on Ofcom and government to address the lack of diversity and equality on the Channel 4 board.
24 November 2016: To mark the UN Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls, journalist unions are backing the campaign for an ILO convention to stop gender-based violence at work.
3 November 2016: After a bruising experience with Kelvin MacKenzie, the Channel 4 presenter prefered to take a nuanced approach to looking at the representation of people on colour in the media.