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Diversity in journalism has come under scrutiny in a new report published by the NCTJ, examining the characteristics of UK journalists.
"My favourite thing about being a community reporter was giving people from similar backgrounds to myself a voice and seeing the difference it made to their lives and those around them."
"Being a community reporter has been more than an ideal role to begin life as a journalist. It’s helped me identify the types of stories I enjoy reporting on and led to my new job as a life writer across Lincolnshire Live, Derbyshire Live, and Nottinghamshire Live."
"It's such a huge opportunity. We need people from all walks of life to represent communities. Whatever your age or background this is such a good way of accessing journalism training."
The Society of Editors is today announced as the latest sponsor of the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF).
The National Council for the Training of Journalists is this year celebrating its 70th anniversary.
The Aziz Foundation is today announced as the newest sponsor of the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF).
Essential Journalism, a new NCTJ guide for trainee journalists, will be published on 30 June. In this blog, author Jonathan Baker examines the importance of traditional journalistic values in the digital world. We expect a lot more of today’s…
BMJ is today announced as an official partner of the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF).
In addition to financial support, all Journalism Diversity Fund recipients are paired with a working journalist to mentor them for the duration of their studies. Launched in 2018, the mentoring scheme aims to help students realise their true potential and…