Showing items tagged with 'ethics'
11 June 2011: The Murdoch scandal has highlighted the need for real commitment to ethical journalism and the negotiation of a 'conscience clause' to protect journalists from unscrupulous employers.
11 April 2011: The importance of fairness from the media in reporting on people claiming disability benefit was stressed by journalists at the NUJ delegate meeting in Southport.
8 April 2011: The NUJ has demanded that the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World must be subject of a full judicial inquiry.
16 November 2010: Don Foster MP opened the 'Who's Afraid of Photographers?' seminar in the House of Commons with words of warning for the photographers present.
18 October 2010: The NUJ has endorsed the Media Spamming Charter, which gives guidelines to public relations professionals on how to work more effectively.
3 September 2010: The NUJ today backed calls for a full judicial investigation into mounting evidence of widespread telephone tapping at the News of the World.
30 March 2010: The second continental congress of the Federation of African Journalists (FAJ has called for a stronger and more united journalist movement in the Africa.
12 March 2010: NUJ branches across Britain and Ireland are being urged to join their local trade union councils to help campaign for shared aims and win local support for issues affecting journalism and journalists' jobs.
1 March 2010: A new report calls for reform of the Press Complaints Commission, condemning its failure to tackle adequately the News of the World phone-hacking case.
25 February 2010: The Press Complaints Commission has promised to listen to the concerns of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people after facing a barrage of criticism for failing to take action on stories that appear discriminatory.