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11 September 2019: This event is a space for people of colour who work in, or have an interest in, the media - to come together, learn, share and build networks. It’s the beginning of a conversation about the lack of representation in Scotland’s media and what we can do about it together.
8 March 2019: NUJ Glasgow Branch is delighted to welcome Allan Wort, Treasurer of The Media Fund to Glasgow.
The Media Fund helps to support quality, independent, media, in an age that needs trust more than ever.
25 September 2018: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, joins a panel of media experts to discuss the Cairncross review on the sustainability of high quality journalism.
23 August 2018: NUJ responds to Jeremy Corbyn's Alternative MacTaggart Lecture at the Edinburgh TV Festival
21 June 2018: NUJ reacts to the deal combining Trinity Mirror and Northern & Shell Media Group.
9 May 2018: The NUJ fully supports the cross-party amendments on Leveson inquiry part two, and remains concerned about the approach to awarding costs and arbitration.
2 May 2018: Union calls for media investigation and reform in Ireland
6 March 2018: Union calls for a cross party campaign against the government’s decision to shelve the second stage of the Leveson inquiry.
All journalists must defend the right to report – NUJ response to 'Paradise Papers' confidentiality proceedings
18 December 2017: The National Union of Journalists pledged to defend the right to report, after it was revealed that legal action had been initiated against the BBC and The Guardian in respect of the ‘Paradise Papers’.
16 August 2017: The union has called for an investigation following widespread protests at the publication of inflammatory comments about Muslims in the Sun newspaper.