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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.

Dickens' biographer shares writing tips with NUJ members: meeting in London

7 February 2013: Biographer Claire Tomalin, and Penguin's commissioning editor of biographies, Tom Penn, are guest speakers at the London Freelance Branch.

Freelance campaign continues with opposition to Guardian pay cut

11 August 2009: The NUJ has launched an online petition for photographers opposed to plans by the Guardian Media Group to stop paying repeat reproduction fees for commissioned pictures.

Belfast and London protest in support of Suzanne Breen

11 June 2009: Journalists in Belfast and London demonstrated this morning in support of Suzanne Breen, an NUJ member facing jail in Northern Ireland.