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Freelance Forum Spring 2023

Freelance Forum Spring 2023 is almost here. Mark your diary now, and reserve your place below for Freelance Forum Spring 2023 on Monday 3rd April. Reserve your place today. The Spring 2023 Freelance Forum will consist of a one-day in…

The NUJ – What’s It All About?

The NUJ – What’s It All About? Wednesday, May 15th, 2019 The Teachers Club, Parnell Square from 7pm to 8.30pm This Dublin Freelance Branch initiative is mainly for journalism students and new recruits but open to all NUJ members who…

Podcasts: Freelance Forum Autumn 2018

Opening Address by Dr Carol Coulter Dr Carol Coulter’s opening address on reporting from Family Law Courts at the Autumn 2018 Freelance Forum, organised by Dublin Freelance NUJ branch with support fro the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.

Podcast: Freelance Forum Spring 2016

Listen back to highlights from Freelance Forum Spring 2016, organised by Dublin Freelance NUJ with support from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Keynote by Karlin Lillington Irish Times technology correspondent Karlin Lillington outlines the issues raised for journalists in protecting…

Freelance Forum is coming

Freelance Forum is coming. Freelance Forum is a regular one day event designed to keep freelance journalists up to date with the latest developments in their industry. Aimed at writers and photographers, and hoping to cover print, broadcast and online,…

Taking on the Media Barons

Remarks by Séamus Dooley, Irish Secretary, National Union of Journalists at “Taking on the Media Barons” seminar at Congress House, London on 17 March 2012. It is a great honour to be here today to take part in what I…

NUJ Ireland student seminar

The crisis in journalism and employment opportunities 6.30pm on Thursday 1 March in Dublin Student journalists can get a better understanding of their employment prospects and the environment in which they will soon be working, by attending a special NUJ…