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#BeBoldForChange: International Women’s Day 2017

8 March 2017: The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is fighting for a more inclusive, gender-equal world of work.

Minister seeks to protect Indo pensions

7 December 2016: Leo Varadkar, the minister for social protection, is taking legal advice on how to protect members of the Independent Newspapers (Ireland) defined benefit pension scheme.

Unions protest over INM pension cuts

5 December 2016: NUJ and SIPTU protest in Dublin against pension cuts proposals at Independent Newspapers Ireland.

Independent Newspapers should withdraw plans to close pension schemes

17 November 2016: Union challenges company proposals and the lack of discussion with scheme trustees.

Unions condemn ITV's plans to close pension scheme

7 September 2016: NUJ asks why ITV is cutting members' pensions when Ant and Dec are reportedly about to sign £30m deal.

National Pensioner's Convention: Women's Working Party

14 July 2016: An opportunity for women pensioners and working women to get together to network and hear speakers on a variety of topical subjects including Campaigning, Pension Justice, The role of the NPC and much more.

FT staff vote to accept new pensions offer

15 February 2016: After seven months of conflict at the Financial Times, NUJ members have voted to accept an improved offer from management.

ACAS joint statement on FT pensions

3 February 2016: Talks at Acas in London, with representatives of the NUJ and the FT, have achieved a revised pensions offer. As a consequence, Thursday’s strike has been called off.

FT journalists poised for 24-hour strike over pensions robbery

26 January 2016: Financial Times journalists vote for action as management refuses to honour pension commitments following the newspaper’s sale to Nikkei.

Deadline set for progress on FT pensions

13 January 2016: Staff at the Financial Times have given the management until the end of the month to propose an acceptable solution to the dispute.

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