Showing items tagged with 'mental health'
22 May 2017: Conference unanimously passed an NUJ motion calling for the TUC to improve policy and support available for disabled people seeking employment.
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.
28 April 2015: Paul Holleran highlights the health and safety issues impacting on NUJ members.
30 March 2015: The NUJ has guidelines for reporting on mental health, mental illness and death by suicide.
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.
6 November 2014: New and updated NUJ guidelines on ethical reporting published.
10 September 2013: The World Health Organisation's world suicide prevention day was 10 September. The NUJ has a resource on reporting on suicides.
27 September 2012: A new fund to promote investigative journalism in Ireland and commemorate the work of campaigning journalist and NUJ member Mary Raftery has been launched.
30 September 2011: The failure to sufficiently resource newsrooms is a damning indictment of media organisations in Ireland and poses a direct threat to modern journalism, a Belfast conference was warned.