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1 March 2019: Fake news, rumour, propaganda & Facebook: how can journalists promote news that can be trusted? The NUJ hosts an event for media literacy week.
31 May 2018: It is intolerable to lie to journalists around the world and to mislead millions of citizens.
5 April 2018: Our April 9th meeting will explore trust in journalism and how the Trust Project operates in the UK.
2 March 2018: The former Sunday Times editor had plenty to say about fake news, Facebook, Google, Donald Trump, truth and good writing in conversation with NUJ president Tim Dawson.
11 December 2017: Knowledge is power. The workshop is being staged to address the shortage of women with expertise in freedom of information as part of the NUJ Scotland Stronger Voice for Women in the Media project.
24 August 2017: This Byline Festival event asks with the power of digital profiling and hidden offshore funds, and election rules being flouted and consensus automated,how do journalists investigate these new threats of informational warfare and fight the rise of weaponised fake news?
16 March 2017: Séamus Dooley, acting general secretary of the NUJ called on media organisations to invest in and charge for quality journalism.
14 March 2017: To mark Local News Matters Week, the Irish South West Branch of the NUJ will host a workshop and discussion to highlight the value of quality local media.
2 February 2017: An ethics conference organised by NUJ members for NUJ members.