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Made in Manchester: independent media in the city

15 May 2019: The Manchester independent media scene is thriving. But what does it look like? Where will it go next and how can you support it?

Film screening: No Stone Unturned, Manchester

26 October 2018: The NUJ's Manchester and Salford branch are holding a screening of the award winning film which takes an in depth look at the Loughinisland massacre 24 years ago when six Irishmen were murdered while watching a World Cup match at a pub. FREE ADMISSION. OPEN TO EVERYONE - NOT JUST NUJ MEMBERS

Benefit gig for the NUJ exiled journalists network

31 August 2018: A night of music, stand-up and spoken word with some of Manchester's top local artists - all profits go towards supporting the NUJ's exiled journalists network.

Media reporting on social housing - new guidance

4 October 2017: An NUJ Manchester and Salford branch initiative to help media workers report on social housing.

Manchester: Film & discussion on social housing

6 September 2017: All welcome at the Manchester and Salford branch meeting forcused on social housing with a film showing of Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle.

Fair press for tenants - launch of a new guide for journalists

29 August 2017: Join Manchester and Salford branch and others for a glass of wine, a bite to eat and the launch of a guide for media workers created by people living in social housing.

Manchester: Tax talk for freelances

14 August 2017: Tax talk for freelances is a free panel event for freelance NUJ members of the Manchester and Salford branch who would like to get up to speed on the latest government proposals for changes to tax and national insurance, and get practical advice on accounting when you’re self-employed.

Reporting UK poverty: new film launched

2 August 2017: This new film highlights pertinent issues for media workers to consider when reporting on poverty.

Should there be a boycott of The Sun?

20 July 2017: A petition to ban The Sun in Manchester gathered more than 70,000 signatures before it was removed. NUJ speakers will explain why a boycott is not union policy.

Meet Manchester's Alternative Media

12 June 2017: Film screening of Pulitzer Prize winning short documentary Below the Fold followed by a discussion with some of Manchester's alternative media: Conrad Bower,from The Meteor;Stephen Kingston from the Salford Star;and Tom Barlow, of Real Media.

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