NUJ sets up re-skilling programme for retrenched journalists

PETALING JAYA: The National Union of Journalists Malaysia’s (NUJ) has set up a “Re-Skilling Fund” in efforts to help retrenched journalists improve their employability.

It said that it launched the “Help Journos Re-Skill, Enjoy Pop Meals” campaign in Cyberjaya on Tuesday (April 6) with quick-service food brand “Pop Meals” contributing a total of RM15,000 in cash vouchers to encourage donors to contribute to the cause.

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