Gill Phillips, the former director of editorial legal services for the Guardian, has been appointed by the NCTJ and Oxford University Press to succeed Mark Hanna as co-author of the 27th edition of McNae’s Essential Law for Journalists.
Reporting on Migration is designed to help reporters and other communications professionals to understand the technical, legal and policy issues at the heart of the migration debate.
Diversity in journalism has come under scrutiny in a new report published by the NCTJ, examining the characteristics of UK journalists.
The NCTJ has announced a major investment in outreach work to boost recruitment onto accredited courses and provide a bigger talent pool for journalism employers.
Almost a quarter of UK journalists report having a work-limiting health condition or disability, reveals a new NCTJ report examining diversity in journalism to be published next week.
Community reporters have described the “huge privilege” it has been to cover local celebrations for King Charles’s coronation. Reporters in roles created by the Community News Project used the royal occasion to engage with their audiences by reporting on local…
The NCTJ is launching an ambitious leadership programme aimed at developing the next generation of editorial leaders.
As Liverpool hosts the Eurovision Song Contest, community reporter Paul McAuley tells us how he’s covering celebrations and connecting with LGBTQ+ communities to garner fan reaction.
A local democracy reporter, who champions social issues in London, has revealed how support from the Journalism Diversity Fund helped kickstart her career.