Showing items tagged with 'freelance'
9 May 2011: Ireland's trade and enterprise minister has announced a review of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000.
5 April 2011: Pete Murray, NUJ President, opened the NUJ delegate conference in Southport by stressing the importance of recent marches and rallies against the cuts programmes of the UK and Irish governments.
5 April 2011: The NUJ has protested to Lancashire Constabulary about its treatment of journalists covering the EDL protest in Blackburn on Saturday 2 April.
1 April 2011: The NUJ has called for a full investigation into the collapse of the Sport Media Group.
8 February 2011: A strike by nearly sixty journalists at Sheffield Newspapers has been suspended after the NUJ chapel accepted a new deal.
7 December 2010: A photographer who was struck in the face by a police shield during the G20 protests last year has been awarded £30,000 compensation by the Metropolitan police.
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.
3 November 2010: The NUJ has condemned the arrest and harassment of two freelance journalists in Zimbabwe.
6 July 2010: A new survey has shown that retaining copyright could be one of the best business decisions that freelance or self-employed photographers make.
25 June 2010: Two NUJ members have received an apology and damages from the Metropolitan Police after being forcibly prevented from working by officers at a political protest outside the Greek Embassy in 2008.