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NUJ supports TUC's Campaign Bus tour against austerity

11 June 2013: The NUJ is supporting the TUC's campaign against the failed policy of austerity.

IFJ Congress: Pay rises are the route from austerity

5 June 2013: "Give Britain a pay rise," said Frances O'Grady, TUC general secretary, at the International Federation of Journalists pre-Congress session Decent Jobs, Not Austerity in Dublin.

Leading the Global Fightback: IFJ World Congress, Dublin

3 June 2013: Safety of journalists, austerity economics, the media's portrayal of women, defending authors' rights and building the strength of unions are all topics to be addressed.

Decent jobs, not austerity

29 May 2013: The disastrous impact of austerity measures on employment standards will be the focus of a major pre-congress seminar in Dublin Castle.

Young members report back from TUC conference

18 April 2013: The Young Workers Conference is a meeting of young trade unionists that advises the TUC General Council on issues that affect young people at work.

TUC Women's Conference supports NUJ motion on parenthood

18 March 2013: NUJ motions calling for a campaign for parenthood to become a protected characteristic under the Equality Act and for media companies to protect journalists against online abuse were overwhelmingly carried.

TUC Women's Conference

1 March 2013: The theme this year is - Women: Organise and Mobilise!

European week of action against austerity in March

21 February 2013: As part of a Europe-wide week of action, the trade union movement in Europe will host events and activities in March and against austerity measures.

Resisting Austerity in Europe and the UK

21 February 2013: Conference for trade unionists organised by the SERTUC Public Services and International Committees.

TUC's work your proper hours day on Friday 1 March 2013

30 January 2013: If staff who regularly work unpaid overtime did all their extra hours from the start of the year they wouldn’t get paid until Friday 1 March 2013.

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