WIJ mentor programme reception 2017

WIJ mentor programme reception 2017

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We had a lovely evening to launch our mentoring programme at the Corinthia Hotel on 7 March. Thanks to all our mentors and mentees for coming along!  ...
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WIJ mentoring programme 2017

WIJ mentoring programme 2017

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Here are the successful candidates – and their mentors – for our senior programme:Nicola Harley - Alison Kervin (Sports Editor, Mail on Sunday)Louise Donovan – Sinead McIntyre (Editor, Fabulous magazine)Susanna Lazarus – Louise Court (Freelance)Sally Newall – Sarah Baxter (Deputy Editor, ...
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To the Women of America – a warning and a rallying cry from Poland

To the Women of America – a warning and a rallying cry from Poland

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We, the women of Poland, have watched the emergence of the biggest threat to your democracy in the person of Donald Trump with a sickening feeling of familiarity. As we near March 8th, the day of our international strike against the curtailing of women’s rights, we wish to share with you what is a ...
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‘How to report economic news’ by Nicola Walton

‘How to report economic news’ by Nicola Walton

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Everything you wanted to know about economics but were too frightened toask.Quantitative easing and forward guidance are regularly mentioned in thenews following the financial crisis of 2007/8, but what do they mean andwhy should we care? Nicola Walton, journalist broadcaster and lecturer,explains i ...
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Interview with Eleanor Mills, Chair of WIJ

Interview with Eleanor Mills, Chair of WIJ

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Eleanor Mills is Editorial Director at The Sunday Times, and Chair of Women in Journalism. In this in-depth interview, she discusses her career-defining campaigns on FGM and ‘Generation Porn’; takes on the ‘stale pale male’ media, challenging both men and women to level the imbalance; and ta ...
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Today the Women in Journalism committee are delighted to announce the successful candidates of our second mentoring scheme.

Today the Women in Journalism committee are delighted to announce the successful candidates of our second mentoring scheme.

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 Like last year, we offered the chance for women, already established in journalism, to be mentored by some of the finest, most influential journalists across all genres of the industry.However, 2017's scheme was expanded to help those in the earlier years of their career, who are seeking guida ...
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Georgina Henry Award for Innovation 2017

Georgina Henry Award for Innovation 2017

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Women in Journalism has announced its 3rd  annual journalism Georgina Henry Award for Innovation  to be presented at the prestigious National Press Awards sponsored by WIGGIN LLP.Applicants are welcome from women at all stages of their career with a specific project they want to ...
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Journalists’ Charity  –  YOUR ROUND

Journalists’ Charity – YOUR ROUND

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The charity – unique in that it is run by journalists for journalists (and their dependants) – has named the campaign Your Round? Change someone’s life for the price of a drink.For a donation of £3 per month, journalists can contribute towards the charity’s work in running its retirement an ...
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WIJ launches Mentoring Scheme, 2017

WIJ launches Mentoring Scheme, 2017

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The Women in Journalism committee is made up of some of the most influential female print, broadcast, radio and online journalists and editors of our time. After a very successful first year, we are re-launching our WIJ Mentoring Program. This year, we are going to run TWO mentoring schemes ...
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New Book by WIJ Member Yvonne Ridley on Torture and the War on Terror

New Book by WIJ Member Yvonne Ridley on Torture and the War on Terror

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Yvonne Ridley, one of the original WIJ co-founders, has written a specialist book called Torture: Does it work? By her own admission it is not an easy read and the idea for it began in the Afghan prison cell where she was held by the then ruling Taliban after an undercover newspaper assignment for E ...
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