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Fashion for unpaid internships on magazines is illegal and a block to diversity, says NUJ

9 February 2018: NUJ says unpaid internship break the law and poor pay for entry-level jobs makes it impossible for a career unless you have support from elsewhere.

Claudia Jones lecture 2017: Diane Abbott, shadow home secretary

26 October 2017: The shadow home secretary told black journalists to join the NUJ and fight for a representative press.

NUJ Pay Day

22 September 2015: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. A SIMILAR EVENT WILL BE HELD IN SPRING AT DELEGATE MEETING.THE RESULTS OF THE SURVEY WILL BE PUBLISHED LATER THIS MONTH.

NUJ urges code of practice on student placements

23 July 2015: The union's Irish Secretary called for a code of practice governing student placements and the engagement of interns.

Proper wages not pooper scoopers

21 April 2015: Speaking at the annual conference of the National Union of Students, Michelle Stanistreet explains why young people should join a union.

How do we get a better deal for interns?

15 April 2015: NUJ London Magazine branch meeting, with speakers from Intern Aware

Newspaper group charges students £120 for chance of a by-line

10 February 2015: Newsquest is charging students for the chance of having their work published in one of its titles.

FT chapel wins proper wage for interns

3 February 2015: Interns who work for the Financial Times will soon be paid the national minimum wage, thanks to a deal negotiated by the NUJ.

TUC Congress 2014

9 September 2014: Delegates backed motions calling for a government-commissioned inquiry into the future of local papers and campaigns to defend the BBC and atypical workers' rights.

Stamp out sexism in science journalism

18 June 2014: Harassment, discrimination and sexist behaviour are still part of the toxic environment women experience, the conference of the Association of British Science Writers heard.

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