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Marching to the sound of a different drum: Lyra Mckee’s legacy must be honoured

2 July 2019: Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish Secretary, told conference delegates of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions and politicians to carry out the campaigns for justice and diversity she espoused.

Union calls on members to use safety legislation to tackle mental health issues

16 May 2019: The NUJ says Mental Health Awareness Week is a good opportunity to work with employers to identify factors which lead to stress in the workplace.

#TUCWomen 2019: Sisters in Solidarity

8 March 2019: The NUJ’s proposal seeking to redress the gender imbalance in photography and videography was unanimously carried.

World Mental Health Day 2018

10 October 2018: The NUJ supports #WorldMentalHealthDay and provides it members with advice and guidance.

World Mental Health Day

10 October 2017: The NUJ's Equality Council and Disabled Members’ Council highlights the day which aims to raise awareness of mental health issues and mobilise efforts in support of better mental health.

TUC disabled workers' conference 2017

22 May 2017: Conference unanimously passed an NUJ motion calling for the TUC to improve policy and support available for disabled people seeking employment.

Whydunnit?

4 May 2017: What are the responsibilities journalists face when covering criminal cases? How can forensic psychology play its part in explaining the behaviour of offenders? This joint NUJ and BPS event explored the issues.

Remember the dead, fight for the living on Workers Memorial Day

28 April 2015: Paul Holleran highlights the health and safety issues impacting on NUJ members.

Mental health & suicide guidelines

30 March 2015: The NUJ has guidelines for reporting on mental health, mental illness and death by suicide.

TUC young workers' conference 2015

27 March 2015: Young activists passed an NUJ motion protesting against police surveillance and voted to make mental health a priority issue at TUC Congress in September.

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