Two awards which celebrate diversity in journalism were presented at the NCTJ Awards for Excellence 2019, sponsored by The Independent.
Tackling social mobility issues and how to ensure fairness in reporting were on the agenda at the NCTJ’s equality, diversity and inclusion conference.
Dame Frances Cairncross, author of this year’s Cairncross Review into sustainable, high-quality journalism in the UK, is the keynote speaker at the NCTJ’s equality, diversity and inclusion conference 2019.
Journalists, editors, employers and educators will join the NCTJ on Thursday, 19 September at the equality, diversity and inclusion conference, which will this year be hosted by Reuters.
More than 100 journalists, editors, educators and students attended today’s diversity in journalism seminar, which took part at Bloomberg’s London offices as part of its continuing support for the Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF).
An audience of journalists, editors, employers and educators will join the National Council for the Training of Journalists on Thursday, 20 September at the 2018 diversity in journalism seminar.
WHY are there so few disabled journalists? What stops students from some ethnic groups having a career in the media, even when they have trained for one? Why are journalism students who had a privately-funded education more likely to be working as a journalist than those who went to a state school?
Unconscious bias, mental health and disability were on the agenda at the inaugural diversity in journalism seminar from the National Council for the Training of Journalists, which took place yesterday, 18 October, at Google News Lab in London.
More than 100 journalists, editors and industry professionals will join the National Council for the Training of Journalists on Wednesday, 18 October at its inaugural diversity in journalism seminar in London, hosted by Google News Lab.