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29 August 2012: Motions calling for a conscience clause for journalists, changes to press regulation and a plea to the BBC’s new director general to establish a new plan for the future of the corporation were passed unanimously by Congress.
3 July 2012: The TUC has attacked the Mayor of London and Westminster City Council for their decision to cut back the World Pride festival in London this weekend.
31 May 2012: Delegates at the TUC's 2012 disabled workers conference warmly supported the NUJ's motion on media ethics.
21 March 2012: Where are all the Women? Sexism in the media: conference report and podcast.
15 March 2012: An NUJ motion at the TUC Women's conference, urging media organisations to ensure women journalists are safe in their work, has been passed unanimously.
15 December 2011: Journalists across Britain and Ireland are today hailing the major achievement of the NUJ quiz team in finishing seven from the bottom in the prestigious Justice for Colombia trade union quiz at the TUC.
7 November 2011: The TUC has launched a new 'Pocket Guide to Organising and Campaigning'.
5 September 2011: Day two of the TUC Congress debated arts, media and culture, including media regulation, Lost Arts, the digital economy and the BBC licence fee.
31 May 2011: Three members of the NUJ disabled members council were elected to the influential TUC disability committee at the TUC's annual disability conference.
16 May 2011: The African Commission on Human and People's Rights has called on the continent's governments to act in defence of the safety of journalists and media practitioners.