Showing items tagged with 'ethics'
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.
18 July 2013: NUJ chapel member Helen Watson explains why the union is defending its members, describes the reality of working life for journalists and argues the demise of local and regional newspapers has nothing to do with the rise of council publications.