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2 June 2014: The NUJ has vacancies for NUJ councils. The union wants to encourage more members to take part in NUJ democracy, work and decision-making.
13 April 2014: Ballot papers are being sent out to all freelance NUJ members that live in Continental Europe and are eligible to vote for a freelance representative on the council.
11 April 2014: Rules on NUJ membership criteria were clarified at the Eastbourne delegate conference
11 April 2014: General secretary stresses independent future for NUJ
11 April 2014: NUJ president opens conference in Eastbourne with upbeat assessment of union's role for the future.
7 March 2014: Ballot papers are being sent out to all NUJ members employed by the BBC in the London Divisions and at Monitoring in Caversham.
22 January 2014: The NUJ has vacancies for NUJ councils starting in April 2014. The union wants to encourage more members to take part in NUJ democracy, work and decision-making.
9 November 2013: Amongst many other changes needed in journalism to help it survive in an organised and professional manner, journalists need to be able to operate without the fear of poverty or unemployment and for newsrooms to have central to their activity the NUJ code of conduct.
4 November 2013: The final branch meeting before the deadline for delegate meeting motions, and nominations for all NUJ councils and other elected bodies.
29 October 2013: Neil Taylor is the first NUJ member to have a dual-language version of the press card.