Showing items tagged with 'ethics'
17 April 2014: Public to vote for winner of comedian and NUJ member Mark Thomas's new Bastardtrade award.
17 April 2014: Second in a deabte on ethics and society initiated by the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins.
20 March 2014: Member of Parliament and former journalist Alex Cunningham suggests the Secretary of State’s new role would be better described as "Censor in Chief".
14 March 2014: David Montgomery’s distorted vision is to allow police, and other public and private organisations, to post their stories directly on to local websites.
10 March 2014: Union federations reiterate appeal for all sides involved in the political unrest in Ukraine to respect the rights and freedom of journalists.
13 December 2013: New powers, which allow the government to gag local council newspapers from reporting issues such as local hospital closures or HS2, must be resisted.
22 October 2013: Members of parliament (MPs) are going to debate the GCHQ revelations. The NUJ urges MPs to consider previous false claims and the union's code of conduct.
A conscience clause remains essential for journalists and should be added to royal charter, says NUJ
10 October 2013: The National Union of Journalists calls on the coalition government and industry figures to agree to include a conscience clause for journalists in the final version of the royal charter.
11 September 2013: NUJ's motions to campaign against workplace bullying and mass surveillance won overwhelming support at TUC Congress.
27 August 2013: The number of specialist health writers is in decline at the same time as a major reorganisation of the NHS. This campaign aims to find the true picture and support health writers and PRs meet the new challenges.