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Have you noticed the dearth of cartoonists in our industry that are female?

5 March 2018: Nicola Streeten, co-founder of the Laydeez Do Comics prize for graphic novels and Blue Lou (Twitter @blueloutter) will discuss at the London Freelance Branch meeting

NUJ London Freelance branch new members' meetup

23 January 2018: Opportunity for new freelance members to meet others, including experienced journalists to network, get advice and learn about the union.

London Freelance Branch AGM, 2018

8 December 2017: Annual General Meeting 2018: LFB elects a new committee.

London Freelance branch Christmas party

8 December 2017: Join us for a festive seasonal end-of-year gathering - a networking party for freelances like us who don't normally get invited to office Christmas parties

Copywriting for journalists: looking at new ways of making money


Introduction to Data Journalism, October 2017

1 September 2017: This one-day course organised by the NUJ and London Freelance Branch will cover understanding data and risk, assessing data quality, surveys, data sources such as government and open data, predictions (and how they should generally be avoided), freedom of information, combining and manipulating data, graphing and mapping.

Freelance Salon London, July

6 June 2017: A fun and informative evening of networking and journalism workshops with a special focus on diversification and new ways to make journalism pay. Speakers include broadcaster Remona Aly and script writer David Quantick.

'Still the enemy within'

25 January 2016: London Freelance Branch is showing a screening of the film about the miners' strike, followed by discussion with the film's director.Popcorn provided.

Journalist magazine editor election hustings - London

22 September 2014: The London freelance branch hustings event for the election.

London Freelance Branch meeting (February 2014)

24 January 2014: Speakers John Lister and Gay Lee will lead a discussion on reporting the NHS and finding "the truth" amid the onslaught of propaganda from government, PRs, lobbyists and campaigners.

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