Showing items tagged with 'racism'
20 April 2017: The survey found the most common forms of discrimination women face relate to promotion and career advancement opportunities.
7 April 2017: A TUC survey showing racism at work has a huge impact on black, Asian and minority ethnic workers’ wellbeing prompted debate at conference.
2 February 2017: An ethics conference organised by NUJ members for NUJ members.
3 November 2016: After a bruising experience with Kelvin MacKenzie, the Channel 4 presenter prefered to take a nuanced approach to looking at the representation of people on colour in the media.
13 September 2016: Updates from the NUJ delegation at TUC Congress.
9 September 2016: Donate what you can to support the film, the story of the London Recruits needs to be told.
8 September 2016: Conference with workshops addressing a host of issues involving the refugee crisis and migration
17 August 2016: Help tell the story of the London Recruits.
10 August 2016: It is important the NUJ works with and has the confidence of the diverse communities in which our member work.
18 July 2016: To suggest that a journalist is incapable of reporting on a terrorist outrage because of the colour of her skin, her religion or the clothes that she wears says all you need to know about the contemptible views of Kelvin MacKenzie.