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London: Pride festival 2017

29 June 2017: This year London hosts its largest and most vibrant festival. Marking 50 years since Parliament first voted to legalise homosexuality in the UK, Pride in London will be marching with a message of hope, acceptance, activism and love.

Newspaper industry shuns anti-bullying conference

28 November 2016: The newspaper industry was conspicuous by its absence at a unions' and employers' event which shared good practice in tackling bullying in the media and arts.

Save BBC Radio: all radio production faced being outsourced

18 November 2016: Save BBC Radio campaigners had their say at meeting with the BBC's director of radio.

How to pitch for work and get paid properly: YWM 2016


Organise your dreams

22 June 2016: Five strategies of success: young union members all enjoyed a session to boost their careers from the Federation of Entertainment Unions

Five strategies for careers success: FEU event for young members.

31 May 2016: This Federation of Entertainment Unions event will provide an opportunity to meet fellow creatives and to learn how the FEU can support you as a young freelance with training opportunities.

It makes us laugh, cry and bake: so hands off the award-winning BBC

9 May 2016: As the long-awaited White paper on the future of the BBC is due, pro-corporation campaigners gathered.

Let's talk about training

28 April 2016: The Federation of Entertainment Union's training team would like to invite you to talk about engaging new and young members of the union with the training offered – to get your thoughts, and your help, with promoting the offer etc

Judge us by our quality, says BBC's Tony Hall

6 April 2016: The director general of the BBC thanked the entertainment unions for showing support for the corporation before an event discussing the future of public service broadcasting.

Unions’ BBC white paper wins support in Parliament

16 March 2016: The Federation of Entertainment Unions launched its alternative BBC White Paper, its vision for the broadcaster's future.

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