Showing items tagged with 'freelance'
15 June 2009: Freelance workers who are primarily dependent upon a single organisation should be entitled to legal rights similar to those protecting employees, the NUJ's Freelance Organiser told a conference of contractors, tax experts and employment lawyers on Wednesday,
1 April 2009: Photographers in London have attended a meeting to discuss their legal rights.
20 February 2009: About 150 freelance photographers have rejected attempts by Trinity Mirror in Glasgow to worsen their work terms and conditions.
19 February 2009: NUJ members at Yorkshire Post Newspapers have walked out of work on the first of two four-day strikes against job cuts.
16 February 2009: Comedian Mark Thomas joined more than 300 photographers who gathered outside New Scotland Yard in London today to exercise their right to take a picture in a public place.
26 January 2009: About 150 NUJ members from all sectors of the media have vowed to support a co-ordinated campaign against job cuts and pay freezes.
28 November 2008: The Sally Murrer case is the latest in a series of court actions based on the right of journalists to protect their confidential sources.
26 November 2008: The inquest into the death of BBC producer Kate Peyton has ruled that she was unlawful killed.
13 November 2008: The NUJ has denounced Bauer Publishing for implying that the union has endorsed its publishing agreement for freelance contributors.
18 September 2008: The NUJ has welcomed a ground-breaking commitment by the Irish government to bring in a new law giving freelance journalists the right to collective representation by trade unions.