Industry leaders shared their inspiring personal stories at a special NCTJ online event about journalists’ safety on World Mental Health Day 2023.
Recipients of the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF) have hailed its mentoring offer, through which they gained access to invaluable industry advice and guidance.
Three journalists who achieved the highest marks in their National Qualification in Journalism (NQJ) exams this year have been congratulated by the NCTJ’s senior examiners.
The NCTJ team and our supporters are taking on a mammoth challenge to travel 500km in one day and raise £5,000 for the Thomas Read bursary.
Staying safe online, editing videos for social media and pursuing your dream journalism career are just some of the topics discussed today at the NCTJ’s Community News Project (CNP) Conference.
The NCTJ will host a free online discussion panel with industry leaders to highlight threats to journalists’ safety and the impact on their mental health and wellbeing in the week of World Mental Health Day.
Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF) recipient Sanny Rudravajhala spent 10 intense days following the Tour of Britain to produce a podcast called On Yer Bike.
Schools and colleges around the country have the chance to win an exclusive, bespoke talk from a Financial Times journalist in the latest edition of the NCTJ’s Careers guide.
17-year-old CNP reporter Iona MacDonald invited to Holyrood after investigation exposing illegal vape sales to teenagers in Inverness.