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

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 from May 2018

New 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 2018: Wednesdays 6.30pm 10 January (AGM). 14 February (Conference business). No meeting in March. 11 April (including pre- Delegate Meeting matters) 9 May (including report back from the Delegate Meeting) 13 June, 11 July, 12 September 10 October and 14 November. Meetings at NUJ HQ, Headland House, 72 Acton Street, Kings Cross, London WC1.

From the NEC up


Barry White NEC London region Tue, 9 Feb, 2010
United together against Section 44

It’s not just professional photographers, including NUJ members, who are angry about the use of Section 44 to prevent photographers going about their work. Many who took part in the Trafalgar Square demonstration on Saturday 23 January were, what you might, call ‘hobby photographers’ and their anger was well expressed in the current edition of Steam Railway. Writing in this month’s edition, editor Danny Hopkins notes that ‘Our right to pursue our hobby unhindered has found support in a variety of quarters, culminating at the European Court of Human Rights in January, when a ruling against Section 44 (the law which gives the police the right to stop and search) was made. If that ruling stands (the Government is to appeal against it) the next time you are approached by an overzealous official, in whatever uniform and asked to stop taking photographs or notes, without grounds for suspicion’ it will be then, not you, breaking the law. Good, eh? But frankly, it is quite extraordinary that it should have come to this. Britain and the US are the self-appointed upholders of liberty and freedom and yet are own citizens have had to take the case for liberty and freedom to Strasbourg to get a result…’

Our photographer members have blazed the way in this campaign and it’s great to see strong alliances being built with others outside our union who share a common interest in defending our liberties and hard won rights!


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