Diversity in journalism has come under scrutiny in a new report published by the NCTJ, examining the characteristics of UK journalists.
Three awards which celebrate innovation and diversity in journalism education and training were presented at the NCTJ Awards for Excellence, sponsored by News UK.
The NCTJ has raised the annual value of the Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF) to half a million pounds, following an ambitious fundraising drive.
"Reflecting upon the ghastly historic coverage of my community, one thing rings true: words have power. And by proxy, the press has the power to influence public opinion. As a journalist, I consider it my duty to play my role in the drive for positive social change."
The challenges and opportunities of covering race and how to attract early talent and develop long-lasting careers were on the agenda at the NCTJ’s equality, diversity and inclusion conference.
A charity champion has described how her relationship with a community news reporter has really made an impact within the black community and helped instil trust in the media.
The NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF) has been honoured with a special award from the Press Awards, which were announced today.
The NCTJ has published a new report on diversity in journalism, examining the characteristics of journalists in the UK.
Victoria Scholes has become the first student from Ability Today’s Academy for Disabled Journalists to pass the NCTJ Certificate in Foundation Journalism (CFJ).