Events

Freelance Forum Autumn 2013

The Freelance Forum is a regular one day information and education seminar organised by the Dublin Freelance NUJ branch. The next Forum will take place shortly, on 21 October 2013, in Buswells Hotel, Molesworth Street, Dublin. The Forum will cover…

Still Locked Out?

NUJ Women’s Conference Ireland 2013 Saturday 21 September – 12.00PM to 5.30PM The Teachers Club – Parnell Square – Dublin City Centre To reserve your place, contact nicolac@nuj.ie 12.00PM Welcome by Mary Curtin, NUJ member, former radio producer and TUG…

NUJ to protest closure of ERT

The Dublin Broadcasting Branch will hold a demonstration in solidarity with Greek public service broadcasters tomorrow – Thursday 13 June – evening at 6.30pm outside the Greek embassy on Pembroke Street in Dublin. The Greek embassy is on Pembroke Street…

Women on Air event with Keelin Shanley

Women on Air is delighted to announce our next event: Journey through the world of journalism & TV presenting with Keelin Shanley on Wednesday 19 June. Ever wonder how TV presenters get to where they are? How they got started…

Staying ahead of the game

Following his presentation at Freelance Forum, Philip O’Connor writes about how freelances can exploit the expertise gaps in major news organisations. The ten days following the Dublin Freelance Forum have been very much “I-told-you-so” days, and the last 48 hours…

Freelance Forum Spring 2013

Freelance Forum

Freelance Forum Spring 2013 takes place on Monday 15 April. Tickets cost €10 for NUJ members, and €25 to non-members. The one-day event is organised annually by Dublin Freelance NUJ branch. Full details of the event are now available. To…

Media debate: Freedom of expression in Ireland

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Media Debate in association with Irish Pen: NUJ member Tom Cloonan of DIT School of Media will host a public interview with Irish Independent columnist Kevin Myers in DIT, Aungier Street, Dublin on Thursday, 14 March. Tickets from here: Freedom…

NUJ announcement: Jobs not Debt

The NUJ will be marching this Saturday on the Congress demonstration, Lift the burden: Jobs not Debt. www.ictu.ie/jobsnotdebt. Please join us for this important march. Austerity is not working and it’s time workers stood together to send a clear signal…