Latest news from NUJ
Jul 17 2019, 13:48 NUJChanges to the way Companies House collects data on directors is severely hampering the ability of investigative and business journalists to hold businesses to account and expose frauds and crooks.
- NUJ statement on police investigations of the Darroch cables leak NUJ Journalists are not there to do the bidding of the authorities, or to provide shortcuts in police investigations - the NUJ defends the publication of messages sent by the former British ambassador to the US, Sir Kim Darroch.
- NUJ Women Photographers, 2019 NUJ Men vastly outnumber women in news photography and photojournalism. The union held an event to investiagte the barriers women face and what to do about it.
- Global Media Freedom Conference: new pledges not credible without action, say press freedom groups NUJ Press groups say we need no more empty pledges: "We need action."
- TUC LGBT+ workers conference, 2019 NUJ Delegates held a minute’s silence in memory of NUJ member Lyra McKee, the journalist and gay activist, who was killed during disturbances in Derry in April.
- Pride organisers reverse decision on media access to parade following NUJ discussions NUJ Photographers delighted to get full access to the parade after being turned down by the organisers.
- Local media and communications cuts highlighted in new book NUJ A new book assesses the increasing challenge of holding local politicians and public funded agencies to account
- The NUJ expresses “disappointment” at Pride in London’s treatment of photographers NUJ Members were fustrated at being denied full access to the London Pride parade by the event's organisers.
- Radio regulator told to review its “localness” rules as stations close and jobs are lost NUJ Local radio will become increasing London-centric by new rules which have resulted in 100 job losses and station closures.