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Would I Lie to You? How can journalists promote news that can be trusted?

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.

NUJ condemns shocking abuse of journalist

30 August 2018: Glasgow-based journalist Angela Haggerty has been subject to hundreds of abusive messages in the past 48 hours.

Everyday Media Law: NUJ Scotland training

5 March 2018: A course covering court reporting, Twitter spats and reporting violence against women.

#Useitpayforit: woodpecker picture sets the world a-twitter

6 February 2018: Amateur photographer Martin Le-May's lucky shot of a weasel riding on the back of a green woodpecker was shared world-wide.

Cyberbullying: the media survey

5 May 2015: A survey into the extent of online abuse against journalists has revealed cases where reporters have feared for their own personal safety as a result of cyberbullying.

From picket line to podium

26 June 2014: Tim Dawson, NUJ vice-president, describes a morning on the picket line with Newsquest strikers in Blackburn and an fternoon speaking at the Revival of Local Journalism Conference in Salford

Confused by Twitter? What you need to know

20 March 2014: Designed for journalists, writers, editors and communications professionals, this evening training session will provide the essential know-how to help make Twitter work for you and get you closer to your key sources.

NUJ condemns online threats

1 August 2013: The union has condemned online attacks against women journalists including rape and bomb threats.

UK Online Media Awards - nominations announced

16 May 2013: Some of the biggest names in journalism have been announced among the finalists for this year's Online Media Awards.

Don’t Tweet me this way - NUJ women's conference 2012

3 July 2012: The 2012 NUJ women's conference heard about the experience of many female journalists and bloggers who find themselves victims of the vile, sexually-violent invective of internet trolls.