Showing items tagged with 'reporting'
12 June 2020: Some tips for working this weekend and the emergency legal helpline number
5 November 2019: The main aim in producing the guidelines is to improve the portrayal, accuracy, representation and terminology used about Islam and Muslims
17 September 2019: Ian Paisley’s attack on Sam McBride was unwarranted and unworthy of an MP and references to the journalists' family, religion and education are inappropriate
20 May 2019: Monday 8 July 2019, University College London
Considering a career in science journalism?
Taken a career break and want to get back into the field?
Thinking of moving to the science or tech beat?
Gain new skills and insights and get the chance to network with key editors and journalists at the Association of British Science Writers Science & Technology Journalism Summer School.
The summer school is an official satellite event of the WCSJ2019 and for those registered to attend the WCSJ the summer school is free to attend (proof of WCSJ registration required on registration for the summer school by upload of your registration receipt) you will also then receive a 100 Swiss francs refund (50 for students) on the registration fee paid for the WCSJ19 after the WCSJ has taken place by providing evidence of attendance at the summer school which ABSW will provide on request.
18 December 2018: First NUJ complaint to regulator highlights lack of balance in reporting strike action
4 October 2017: An NUJ Manchester and Salford branch initiative to help media workers report on social housing.
31 March 2017: Suzanne Geldard provides an insight to her work on the job covering local football as part of the union's local news matters week.
2 December 2016: NUJ disabled members push for progressive change as part of UK disability history month.
3 August 2016: The NUJ responds to the Daily Mail front page that refers to HIV medicine as a 'lifestyle drug'.
20 August 2015: The News Media Association has followed the NUJ's opposition to £100 accreditation fee and stipulation that footage must be shared by the Notting Hill Carnival organisers.