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24 May 2019: Journalism needs black and minority ethnic journalists not just reporting the news, but also shaping the news agenda, the latest recipients of the NUJ's charity the George Viner Memorial Fund were told.
27 February 2019: The Guardian columnist on how bad journalists are at predicting events and writing about "black stuff".
17 January 2019: Gary Younge's books and newspaper columns have made him among the most influential progressive voices of his generation. In the intimate setting of the NUJ's venue space, Younge will discuss the UK's current political traivails, the instincts that have shaped his politics and the forces that have governed his career.
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
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.
7 November 2016: Lionel's funeral will be held on 19 November at 11.15 at Kensal Green Cemetery.
29 September 2016: NUJ Glasgow Branch are throwing an evening of entertainment in aid of NUJ Extra.
18 March 2016: The BBC's head of diversity announced new initiatives to recruit BAME journalists during the annual George Viner Memorial Awards ceremony.
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.
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.