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).
The NCTJ has partnered with News UK to train up to 100 out-of-work young people through the Government’s Kickstart Scheme.
The National Council for the Training of Journalists is to broaden and scale up its work on equality, diversity and inclusion.
"If journalism is a public good that serves society, it should tackle the roots of inequality head on: what stops some children achieving in schools or having the resources to compete among the talent pools for journalism (and society in general) later on? These are deeper issues beyond filling a page or screen time that will be required for change."
The NCTJ has partnered with Ability Today to launch an introductory journalism course for aspiring journalists with disabilities.
Two free places on a fast-track NCTJ diploma course at Sutton College are now available thanks to new bursaries funded by Reach PLC.