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French tax credits for news welcomed by NUJ

2 July 2020: French government's decision to introduce tax credits for news consumption is a positive step

(Re)presenting cover girls

6 February 2020: Ivana Ebel and Gabrielle Bittelbrun caused a stir at the Magazine Festival in Edinburgh last year when they presented startling findings on “the (mis)representation of women in magazines” and now they are speakingin Newcastle.

#DM18: Setting the scene by sector

19 April 2018: Members met by sector to discuss their priorities and share information.

Huge gender pay gap revealed in the media industry

5 April 2018: Women are being paid less, promoted less and lose out on bonuses and the union is urging its chapels to challenge their managements.

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.

Journalists in the UK

10 May 2016: A new report shows shocking statistics on diversity within the profession and how pay has fallen behind as workloads have grown.

One in five journalists earn less than £20,000

28 October 2015: NUJ survey shows the income of 80 per cent of staff and freelances has not kept up with the cost of living and a quarter of staff and 60 per cent of freelances suffered financial hardship.

'I’m proud of the justice' says NUJ rep at RCN

3 February 2015: Laura Downes, the MoC at RCN Publishing explains the challenges and advantages of leading change on behalf of the NUJ in her workplace.

London magazine branch AGM, November 2014

11 November 2014: Address by the union's joint president Andy Smith followed by questions and contributions, plus reports from union committee members and election of new committee

DM2014: NUJ rejects Israeli goods boycott

13 April 2014: Conference at Eastbourne voted against a motion supporting a boycott of all Israeli goods, but supported one condemning the treatment of Palestinian journalists by the Israeli authorities.

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