Showing items tagged with 'equity'
3 July 2019: Local radio will become increasing London-centric by new rules which have resulted in 100 job losses and station closures.
1 February 2019: Unions from the media and arts industries met employers' bodies to discuss how they could work together to end sexual harassment at work.
14 December 2018: The result is legally significant for freelance journalists who will be able to collectively bargain to seek better terms for their work
5 December 2018: The union's Irish Secretary warned that global social justice cannot be achieved without stronger legal protections for freelance and precarious workers across all sectors.
8 August 2018: Performers, producers, activists and cultural workers come together to investigate where power really lies and what needs to be done to ensure genuine diversity and equality of expression.
28 November 2016: The newspaper industry was conspicuous by its absence at a unions' and employers' event which shared good practice in tackling bullying in the media and arts.
29 February 2016: The NUJ joined unions and other groups to warn about the threat to the BBC as it faces charter renewal, reports Adam Christie, joint president.
4 February 2015: Independence finally secured in a new bullying and harassment policy
18 June 2014: The culture, media and sport committee will take evidence from NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet at 12 noon on Tuesday 24 June.
29 November 2013: A survey of 4,000 workers in the media and arts found that more than half of those questioned said they had been bullied, harassed or discriminated against.