Showing items tagged with 'ethics'
12 July 2012: The NUJ has roundly rejected the model for a new press regulator set out by Lord Black, dismissing it as a club for editors and proprietors, offering just more of the same.
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.
7 July 2012: Eric Pickles MP, the Communities and Local Government Secretary, has reiterated his determination to stop local councils publishing newspapers, referring to them as "Town Hall Pravdas".
16 June 2012: The Media Against Racism in Sport European media forum brought together more than 60 media professionals to focus on ethics and editorial management.
31 May 2012: Delegates at the TUC's 2012 disabled workers conference warmly supported the NUJ's motion on media ethics.
6 February 2012: Séamus Dooley presents the NUJ's views on media diversity.
16 November 2011: The NUJ is working with the Leveson Inquiry team to ensure that journalists who wish to contribute to the Inquiry can give their testimony in confidence, to protect them from retribution by employers.
15 November 2011: Disabled people are being demonised in the press as "work shy" and "scroungers" and as a result are facing hostility from the public and in some cases physical attacks.
27 September 2011: Ivan Lewis has argued that journalists found guilty of "gross malpractice" should be "struck off".
22 July 2011: The vital role of the NUJ Code of Conduct in securing media standards was underlined in the Commons debate on the Leveson inquiry by John McDonnell, the secretary of the NUJ Parliamentary Group.