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TUC LGBT+ workers conference, 2019

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.

NUJ commends podcast which "covers queer culture with a Scouse voice"

5 July 2018: Liverpool Echo journalists, Emilia Bona and Josh Parry, win plaudits at the TUC's LGBT+ conference

Reclaim the Internet Conference

14 July 2016: The campaign that stands against violent threats, misogyny and hate-based abuse online.

TUC LGBT+ 2016: stand up for a press which celebrates diversity

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.

Cyberbullying: the media survey

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.

Letter to Nigerian ambassador condemns anti-gay speech

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.

NUJ event hears of continuing media homophobia

18 April 2013: An NUJ event on homophobia and transphobia in the media asks - has anything changed since the 1983 Bermondsey by-election?

Homophobia and the media: NUJ meeting

5 March 2013: Homophobia and the media: from Bermondsey to Moir & Burchill. Has anything changed?

NUJ supports equal rights on international day against homophobia

17 May 2012: The NUJ is proud to support the international day against homophobia and transphobia.

BBC World Service director apologises for Uganda headline

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?".