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1 March 2019: Fake news, rumour, propaganda & Facebook: how can journalists promote news that can be trusted? The NUJ hosts an event for media literacy week.
8 November 2018: The Dublin P&PR branch's seminar will cover accessing court papers, social media & the courts, contempt & privilege chanegs and court reporting.
12 September 2018: NUJ professional training focusing on helping freelance journalists find work online.
14 August 2017: The Perth and District NUJ branch has organised an evening of discussion about using social media.
16 March 2017: Séamus Dooley, acting general secretary of the NUJ called on media organisations to invest in and charge for quality journalism.
10 March 2017: TUC women's conference passed a NUJ motion calling for measures to combat misogynistic abuse on social media.
24 February 2017: A regular one-day event designed to keep freelance journalists up to date with the latest developments in their industry, organised by Dublin Freelance NUJ Branch.
8 July 2016: NUJ president Tim Dawson joins Oxford branch event.
4 February 2016: This NUJ event in Liverpool is for everyone from student to seasoned journalists to help them boost their income or get a start in journalism.
29 January 2016: BBC World News journalist Lisette Johnston leads a discussion into the increasing ‘overlap’ between User-Generated Content, blogging, citizen journalism, new media marketing and more traditional news practices.