Showing items tagged with 'homophobia'
9 July 2019: Delegates held a minute’s silence in memory of NUJ member Lyra McKee, the journalist and gay activist, who was killed during disturbances in Derry in April.
5 July 2018: Liverpool Echo journalists, Emilia Bona and Josh Parry, win plaudits at the TUC's LGBT+ conference
14 July 2016: The campaign that stands against violent threats, misogyny and hate-based abuse online.
5 July 2016: NUJ motions called for a BBC which was able to reflect LGBT diversity and condemned media commentators who refused to acknowledge homophobia behind the Orlando nightclub killings.
5 May 2015: A survey into the extent of online abuse against journalists has revealed cases where reporters have feared for their own personal safety as a result of cyberbullying.
27 January 2014: The National Union of Journalists has written to the Nigerian ambassador to Ireland after the Delta State governor compared homosexuality to paedophilia.
18 April 2013: An NUJ event on homophobia and transphobia in the media asks - has anything changed since the 1983 Bermondsey by-election?
5 March 2013: Homophobia and the media: from Bermondsey to Moir & Burchill. Has anything changed?
17 May 2012: The NUJ is proud to support the international day against homophobia and transphobia.
17 December 2009: The director of the BBC World Service has apologised about the decision to run a debate under the headline "Should homosexuals face execution?".