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Safety crisis faced by journalists in Palestine

27 November 2015: International delegation offers solidarity and support to Palestinian journalists.

Campaign to stop violence against women

23 November 2015: The IFJ gender council marks the UN day of action and campaign to eliminate violence against women.

Sports bylines - where are all the women?

16 October 2015: Deirdre O’Neill highlights the massive under-representation of women working in sports media.

'Simply not enough women' says Lords committee report on broadcasting and current affairs

16 January 2015: Women journalists are under-represented in news and current affairs and, if the gender imbalance isn't improved, the broadcasting regulator must have greater powers to intervene.

Pregnancy, leave & parents - information from the TUC

3 December 2014: The TUC has produced new guidelines and information on shared parental leave and pregnancy.

Women Experts – or the lack of them – on TV and radio news

25 April 2014: Lis Howell explains the evidence and calls for more expert women in the media.

Global federation demands an end to violence against women journalists on international women's day

8 March 2014: The IFJ marks international women's day by calling on media organisations and public authorities to confront violence against women and to take action to achieve safer working environments.

Still locked out? Report of NUJ Ireland women's conference

23 September 2013: Video footage from the NUJ Ireland women's conference 2013

Women make up more than a third of journalists and their unions' leaders

22 May 2013: A study published by the European and International Federations of Journalists has shown that women in Europe make up 42% journalists' unions membership and 36% of leading positions.

Changing Times? The battle for equal pay continues

25 October 2010: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ General Secretary, writes about the NUJ's tradition of equality and the battle for equal pay.

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