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#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.

Union calls on members to back photojournalists’ campaign

24 January 2019: The Netherlands photojournalists' strike has global ramifications

ABSW mobile journalism training course

14 January 2019: Learn to create powerful audio-visual stories for broadcast, digital and social platforms with your smartphone, using apps and techniques used by journalists at the world’s top broadcasters.

Alamy should value photographers

21 December 2018: Alamy is still ripping off photographers but the NUJ welcomes the partial company climbdown on commission rate cuts

NUJ urges Alamy to rethink commission cut

7 December 2018: The union's Photographers' Council has urged Alamy to reverse a decision to cut to the commission photographers will receive for images sold through the stock photo agency.

Media watchdog role would be undermined by ban on photographs in Ireland

18 September 2018: Irish justice minister says he is "favourably disposed" to introducing legislation to make it an offence to photograph Gardaí

Shawkan's release five years overdue

11 September 2018: NUJ welcomed Shawkan's imminent return to his family and friends but condemned his long imprisonment simply for working as a journalist

NUJ reacts to Newsquest’s cull of four out of five photographers in Cumbria

27 June 2018: The cut from five photographers to just one in Carlisle will come into effect next week, affected staff are being made redundant on Friday 29 June.

IFJ condemns bill to ban filming soldiers in Israel

30 May 2018: A new draft law seeks to criminalise the recording, photographing and filming of Israeli soldiers on duty.

Tribute to Romano Cagnoni

12 February 2018: NUJ member and one of the most important photographers of the 20th century has died aged 82.

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