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25 July 2014: Who should attend? Members of chapel committees, branch committees, the Irish Executive Council or anybody interested in getting involved in the union.
2 July 2014: The Union has welcomed the decision of the Irish government to abolish up-front application charges for freedom of information requests.
30 May 2014: The march against racism will walk through central Belfast on Saturday 7 June starting at 14.00 with marchers asked to gather from 13.30 in Writers’ Square in Belfast.
11 April 2014: Conference voted to campaign for a media and union that was representative of the population.
16 January 2014: The National Union of Journalists has extended sympathy to the family of Mrs Bernie Guerin, who has died following an illness.
18 November 2013: The courts service of Ireland and the NUJ have joined forces to host a training seminar for union members covering legal affairs on Saturday 30 November.
9 November 2013: Amongst many other changes needed in journalism to help it survive in an organised and professional manner, journalists need to be able to operate without the fear of poverty or unemployment and for newsrooms to have central to their activity the NUJ code of conduct.
5 November 2013: A seminar for all freelance and would-be freelance members in Ireland
5 November 2013: Is there a future for investigative journalism in Ireland, and what might it look like? Who will support and pay for good investigative journalism – the public or philanthropists? What is the potential for using new media models for investigative journalism? Will new legislation provide better protection for whistleblowers?
31 October 2013: An NUJ seminar in Dublin for freelance and student members to find out how to steer clear of the gangsters and chancers who promise but don’t deliver, and learn what the NUJ can do for freelance members who have problems getting paid.