Showing items tagged with 'sexual harassment'
1 February 2019: Unions from the media and arts industries met employers' bodies to discuss how they could work together to end sexual harassment at work.
21 April 2018: A 10-point plan to combat sexism and harassment of women and promote women’s power in the newsroom wins unanimous support.
28 March 2018: "The powerful, rich, and legally equipped should not be allowed to silence their complainants in exchange for money where the behaviour alleged is illegal."
8 March 2018: The NUJ put the gender-pay gap and parity on maternity benefits for freelances on the agenda of the TUC's Women's Conference, as International Women's Day was celebrated.
8 February 2018: NUJ response to the proposals by the parliamentary working group on changes to procedures to deal with bullying and harassment in Westminster.
21 December 2017: Everyone – be it staff, MPs, Lords, journalists, or stakeholders – deserves to be treated with respect at work.
10 November 2017: NUJ statement on sexual harassment at Westminster and the wider media industry
23 November 2015: The IFJ gender council marks the UN day of action and campaign to eliminate violence against women.
30 September 2014: Reports of sexual harassment, examples of "everyday sexism" and career progression stymied after having children were cited in a survey of NUJ members.
28 March 2013: The NUJ has called for the bullying culture at the BBC to be tackled, as the corporation apologises over the treatment of Russell Joslin.