NUJ Press & PR

Officers


NUJ PR & Communications branch
c/o NUJ HQ 72 Acton Street, London, WC1X 9NB.
0207843 3700.

PR & Communications Branch Organiser: Fiona Swarbrick 0207 843 3729
to be confirmed.
Chair: John Millington

Vice Chair: Debbie Cavaldoro

Branch Secretary: Natasha Wright

Branch Treasurer: Carmel McHenry

Auditors: Charles Harkness & Barry White

Newsletter Editor: Vacant

Branch Web Managers: Mick Holder & Barry White

Branch Equality Officer: Shumon Ali-Rahman

Welfare Officer Natasha Wright

DM Convenor Anita Halpin

Sector NEC member: Sian Jones



Email
Please help build our branch database by sending your email address to: nujppr@googlemail.com



Branch meetings

Venue NUJ HQ Headland House, 72 Acton Street, London, WC1 9 NB. The building is fully accessible. The nearest tube/station is King's Cross/St Pancras International.



Meetings 2019: 2nd Wednesday in the month 6.30pm. Next meeting Wednesday 8 May NUJ HQ, Headland House, 72 Acton Street, Kings Cross, London WC1.

NEWS


NEW Branch stalwart Monica Foot dies
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Monica a long standing branch member died on 26 April. NUJ President and branch member Sian Jones writes..."Monica was such a huge character and branch stalwart for my first years of activism in the NUJ. She was very kind to me and I have huge respect for her. Very sad."

Our thoughts go out to her family and friends.

A tribute will appear on the NUJ web site shortly and the funeral will be held at Golders Green Crematorium on Sunday 26 May 10.50am for 11.00am start.
Government to train public sector comms troops for battle in escalating disinformation war
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Whitehall is to train comms professionals across the public sector to combat disinformation after the executive director of the Government Communications Service, Alex Aiken, warned that the problem poses a growing threat to democracy.
Gender pay gap, ethnic diversity plummet as mental ill-health rises in PR - CIPR's State of the profession
Wednesday, April 03, 2019
Mental health, diversity and inclusion continue to be problems for the PR industry, according to new CIPR research released this month.