Showing items tagged with 'investigative journalism'
19 January 2018: The number of full-time producers are due to be cut from seven to four
11 December 2017: Knowledge is power. The workshop is being staged to address the shortage of women with expertise in freedom of information as part of the NUJ Scotland Stronger Voice for Women in the Media project.
30 October 2017: Helen Mills, senior associate at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies explains the lack of transparency threatens the right to protest in the UK.
15 June 2017: Union highlights NUJ members long and proud history of defending the public's right to know and calls for better safeguards for journalists and journalism.
12 June 2017: This a one-day event will start or reinvigorate your career in science journalism. It will cover pitching and freelancing skills, data and investigative journalism and it will allow for networking and meeting many editors.
9 February 2017: Helen Goodman, chair of the NUJ's Parliamentary Group, has won changes to the bill which will safeguard journalists sharing information in the public interest and protect whistleblowers.
21 July 2016: The union is seeking urgent talks with management following the announcement.
17 June 2015: The three-day CIJ Investigative Journalism Summer Conference is the only event in the UK offering practical training in investigative skills. For journalists and others who wish to improve their knowledge, this intensive weekend showcases a wide variety of experts.
7 April 2015: 71 per cent of the public believed there should be controls on media ownership.
30 September 2014: Broadcasting bans and a return to the Snoopers' Charter, set out by the Home Secretary, are anti-democratic and anti-press.