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#DM18: Stopping the gender pay gap

23 April 2018: DM voted for a major campaign to end pay discrinination and the launch of a NUJ Women network.

#DM18: Setting the scene by sector

19 April 2018: Members met by sector to discuss their priorities and share information.

#DM18: Delegate Meeting starts in Southport

19 April 2018: The gender pay gap, intimidation of journalists at BBC Persia, media freedom, journalists' rights and pay and conditions will be passionately debated by the union's policy-making body.

Huge gender pay gap revealed in the media industry

5 April 2018: Women are being paid less, promoted less and lose out on bonuses and the union is urging its chapels to challenge their managements.

Women at the FT earn nearly a quarter less than men

26 March 2018: The FT chapel has called on its management to set hard targets to close its median pay gap of nearly 20 per cent and mean gap of almost a quarter between men and women.

Equal pay & gender pay gap

22 March 2018: The latest gender pay gap figures show the media world is a man's world for pay. This campaign is to help reps negotiate policies for fair and diverse workplaces, with opportunities for all, and challenge unequal pay.

How will you #PressforProgress? #IWD2018

8 March 2018: The NUJ put the gender-pay gap and parity on maternity benefits for freelances on the agenda of the TUC's Women's Conference, as International Women's Day was celebrated.

Trinity Mirror's 18 per cent gender pay gap shows it must reach out to its women staff

5 March 2018: The newspaper group also announced it will be changing its name to Reach.

PA’s workforce figures reveal gender imbalance and men getting bigger bonuses

21 February 2018: The deadline for companies reporting their gender gap is fast approaching – and it appears the major media firms are leaving it to the last minute.

NUJ backs BBC's Carrie Gracie over equal pay allegations

7 January 2018: Michelle Stanistreet said: "NUJ is determined to hold the BBC to account and reach proper settlements on behalf of women who have suffered a deficit in salary and pension contributions over many years.”

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