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#DM18: Making training work to increase diversity

20 April 2018: The union has been given the task of improving the access to training for all to improve the diversity of the industry

George Viner Memorial Fund 2017

23 May 2017: The Guardian's Gary Younge and BBC's Aysha Tull were guest speakers celebrating the latest cohort of GV scholars, pictured above.

Funeral of Lionel Morrison

7 November 2016: Lionel's funeral will be held on 19 November at 11.15 at Kensal Green Cemetery.

Glasgow branch NUJ Extra fund raiser

29 September 2016: NUJ Glasgow Branch are throwing an evening of entertainment in aid of NUJ Extra.

BBC to set "bold targets" for diversity

18 March 2016: The BBC's head of diversity announced new initiatives to recruit BAME journalists during the annual George Viner Memorial Awards ceremony.

George Viner scholar says it was like winning the lottery

26 February 2015: Five journalism students are awarded bursaries from the NUJ's charity founded to broaden the diversity of journalists working in the British and Irish media.

"The golden key to our dreams": George Viner 2014

28 February 2014: The NUJ celebrates with the six black and Asian students awarded bursaries to help them fund the training they need to become journalists.

The George Viner Awards 2013

7 March 2013: The NUJ hosted the successful annual ceremony to congratulate the latest round of students who have benefited from the awards.

George Viner scholars told of exciting time for journalists of colour

23 February 2012: The rise of the new media is opening up exciting opportunities for young black and ethnic minority would-be journalists, freelance writer Hannah Pool told an award ceremony for recipients of George Viner bursaries.

NUJ charities benefit from "crass stunt" by Irish Mail

2 February 2012: A stunt by the Irish Mail on Sunday that deceived customers into believing it was the Sunday Tribune, following the paper’s closure, has backfired.

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