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31 July 2017: This event will address the basics of copyright as it affects journalists.
14 June 2017: The course is aimed at reps and members who have completed Stage 1. It further builds on the knowledge and skills needed to support and represent members at meetings.
13 June 2017: This is the first stage of the three-part NUJ reps training programme. After completing all three, you can feel confident that you have covered all you need to know to deal with your members’ day-to-day issues.
30 January 2017: NUJ is seeking a freelance project worker for 3 months based in the NUJ’s Scottish office in Glasgow.
14 September 2016: This is a one-day, hands-on course for people with an interest in learning how to use their iPhones or iPads to shoot, edit and upload short films.
14 September 2016: Panellists will examine the gender disparities, challenges and opportunities for making women of colour more visible and powerful in media.
The NUJ is the bulwark, challenging those who threaten our freedom to report on the world - #heartunions
10 February 2016: James Doherty explains the NUJ is the home for writers, broadcasters, photographers, PR professionals and those involved in editorial content.
7 January 2016: NUJ to fight compulsory redundancies as cuts of up to 25 journalist posts at the Herald and Times newspapers announced.
9 June 2015: The People’s Assembly Against Austerity is calling demonstrations on Saturday 20 June in London and Glasgow to send a clear message to the Tory government it demands an alternative to austerity and to policies that benefit only those at the top.
9 January 2014: David Limond was sentenced to six months after refering to a Glasgow reporter as “Taig of the day” and “scum of the day”