“You’re not going to write stories that everyone is going to agree with and that’s ok.” This was the advice given to students on NCTJ-accredited courses when they met with journalists on a panel discussing safety and resilience in journalism,…
A reporter has said it has been a “dream come true” to showcase real stories from people in Wales’ LGBTQ+ community as he marks the end of his time in the Community News Project.
Journalists, lawyers and educators celebrated a united “fight for open justice” at the launch event for McNae’s Essential Law for Journalists.
Five NCTJ alumni have participated in a reporting tour of the United States, thanks to a partnership between the U.S. Embassy in London and the Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF).
Laura Adams, director of content development at Archant, is to become head of the Journalism Skills Academy at the NCTJ in a new role.
The NCTJ has published a best practice guide for work experience and internships for journalism employers, in a bid to tackle inequality.
Innovation and progress to meet the needs of today’s journalists continues to be the purpose of the NCTJ as it celebrates 70 years of quality journalism training.
The Awards for Excellence 2022 are open for entries.
Diversity in journalism has come under scrutiny in a new report published by the NCTJ, examining the characteristics of UK journalists.
Twelve candidates have been rewarded for achieving the best results in the 2020-21 NCTJ Diploma in Journalism exams.
Forbes is today announced as the latest supporter of the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF). The global media company comes on board following a fundraising drive in 2021 which successfully raised the annual value of the fund to £500,000. The…