Showing items tagged with 'ethics'
2 December 2016: NUJ disabled members push for progressive change as part of UK disability history month.
18 November 2016: The extremely intrusive and unnecessary surveillance powers contained within the Investigatory Powers Bill trample over the very principles of journalism.
15 November 2016: NUJ highlights concerns about three draft bills currently being debated in parliament.
21 October 2016: Union reaches out to build support for independent journalism and powerful journalism networks in Europe.
3 August 2016: The NUJ responds to the Daily Mail front page that refers to HIV medicine as a 'lifestyle drug'.
18 July 2016: To suggest that a journalist is incapable of reporting on a terrorist outrage because of the colour of her skin, her religion or the clothes that she wears says all you need to know about the contemptible views of Kelvin MacKenzie.
28 June 2016: Speaking at the NUJ’s PR and communications branch meeting last night, Michelle Stanistreet explained the importance of the union's work on surveillance.
1 June 2016: Chris Frost, chair of the union's ethics council, reflects on the implementation of the Leveson inquiry recommendations.
31 May 2016: PR workers and other journalists are invited to this free expert panel discussion on the importance of ethical values for credible PR, followed by an informal networking event. Organised by the Public Relations and Communications Council, with input from CIPR and PRCA members.
10 May 2016: A new report shows shocking statistics on diversity within the profession and how pay has fallen behind as workloads have grown.