Showing items tagged with 'race reporting'
4 December 2019: In the NUJ, we have a long tradition of fighting racism, promoting equality, and striving to avoid bias in our reporting.
5 November 2019: The main aim in producing the guidelines is to improve the portrayal, accuracy, representation and terminology used about Islam and Muslims
21 October 2016: Union reaches out to build support for independent journalism and powerful journalism networks in Europe.
13 September 2016: Updates from the NUJ delegation at TUC Congress.
8 July 2016: The first meeting of the new Black Members' Council discussed repercussions of Brexit, diverstiy in the BBC and recuitment of more BAME members.
7 April 2015: A coalition of public figures, trade unions and civil society groups have urged politicians to ensure the coming general election is not a playground for racial prejudice.
18 March 2015: Speech at a STUC event by Dominic Bascombe, NUJ assistant organiser
18 September 2014: The NUJ Black members council is pleased to inform you that the 2014 NUJ Claudia Jones Memorial Lecture will be given by Patrick Younge.
4 September 2014: Updated NUJ race reporting guidelines
16 May 2014: In advance of the 2014 Elections, the NUJ has re-issued its race reporting guidelines and the EFJ has launched a manifesto.