Showing items tagged with 'photographers'
6 July 2016: A significant hurdle in the battle for freelance rights in Ireland was overcome with the all-party acceptance of the Competition (Amendment) Bill tabled by Senator Ivana Bacik.
21 June 2016: The NUJ urges members to contact the collection agency DACS and provide it with the exclusive authority to collect secondary rights payments.
17 June 2016: The NUJ joins calls for more safety for journalists working in the Iraqi war zones, following death of Fadil al-Garaaw.
16 June 2016: The company's restructuring plan is gathering pace as jobs are to be cut at the Newcastle Chronicle & Journal with new digital roles created.
7 June 2016: A new round of redundancies has been announced at the Manchester Evening News and Huddersfield Examiner and photographers to go on Archant titles.
15 April 2016: The suggestion to smash cameras is an incitement to violence and is condemned by the union.
1 April 2016: The union has been made aware of threats towards journalists in advance of the far right demonstration in Dover on Saturday 2 April.
26 February 2016: Union calls for investigation over intimidation of photographers taking pictures of Thomas “Slab” Murphy.
24 February 2016: The latest killing is a reminder that journalists continue put their lives on the line every day to report on one of the deadliest conflicts in the world.
5 February 2016: An NUJ member and working photographer warns colleagues and raises safety concerns following a violent demonstration in Dover.