The National Union of Journalists is a trade union for journalists in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. It was founded in 1907 and has 38,000 members. It is a member of the International Federation of Journalists.
Brexit, racism and fake news
On Saturday 11th March 2017, The National Union of Journalists ethics council organised a conference in London, on the topic of ‘Brexit, racism and fake news’.
Guide to Reporting Poverty
Journalists and charity campaigners in Britain have joined forces to combat bias in journalism that makes life even worse for people trapped in a world of growing inequality and deprivation.
This has led the National Union of Journalists in the UK and the British-based group Church Action on Poverty to draft reporting guidelines for journalists and editors and now they plan to make a film to reinforce the message that news media need to set higher standards.
Media Codes and Guidelines related to The National Union of Journalists (NUJ)
- Code of Conduct for Journalism and Media in Brussels
- NUJ guidelines for reporting on travellers and gypsies
- Guidelines for journalists on proper coverage of refugee-related topics
- National Union of Journalists (NUJ): Code of Conduct
- NUJ race reporting guidelines
- Code of Ethics