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3 April 2019: Have you written about refugees and asylum seekers? Entries are now open for the awards co-ordinated by the Scottish Refugee Council, in partnership with the NUJ and British Red Cross.
22 May 2017: Conference unanimously passed an NUJ motion calling for the TUC to improve policy and support available for disabled people seeking employment.
8 May 2017: Benefit gig for the Exiled Journalists Network with music, comedy and excellent raffle prizes. Kirsty McGee – The Quiet One – Weimar – Trev Meaney – Genevieve Walsh – and others…supporting journalists and defending journalism.
21 October 2016: Union reaches out to build support for independent journalism and powerful journalism networks in Europe.
8 September 2016: March backed by Stand Up to Racism, Refuges Council and a host of refugee and migrant support organisations
20 February 2013: Free event for women to celebrate diverse traditions and cultures of women living in Suffolk.
31 October 2012: Journalists should make sure that their coverage of refugees and asylum seekers is fair, after a poll found that 72 per cent of the public believe that newspaper reporting about these groups is negative.
17 April 2008: The NUJ, the UN Refugee Agency and the Information Centre on Asylum and Refugees (ICAR) have launched fresh guidelines on coverage of refugees and asylum seekers.