Women in Journalism is delighted to announce its shortlist for its WIJ/Georgina Henry inaugural prize for innovation.

Women in Journalism is delighted to announce its shortlist for its WIJ/Georgina Henry inaugural prize for innovation.

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Women in Journalism is delighted to announce its shortlist for its WIJ/Georgina Henry inaugural prize for innovation. Georgina Henry was a founding member of WIJ, deputy Editor of the Guardian and launch editor of comment is free. She sadly died in February 2014. We have established ...
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Top tips for health, beauty and science journalists by Hilly Janes

Top tips for health, beauty and science journalists by Hilly Janes

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Our top notch panel covered a lot of very useful ground at ‘Get your facts right - how to be a hype spotter’, an evening generously hosted by L’Oreal at their London headquarters in January. The speakers were Peta Bee, award-winning freelance health and fitness journalist, running coach ...
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WIJ Christmas & 21st birthday party at News UK

WIJ Christmas & 21st birthday party at News UK

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We welcomed more than 250 members and guests to the spectacular 17th floor of News UK for our 21st birthday party, where some very well known names and faces from newspapers, magazines, websites, PR, polling, TV, radio and regulators mingled over drinks generously sponsored by Gorkana, and fragrant ...
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The Georgina Henry/ Women in Journalism award for Innovation

The Georgina Henry/ Women in Journalism award for Innovation

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Entries for this are now closedWomen in Journalism has announced an annual journalism award to be presented at The Press Awards.  OPEN to  all stages  - from  students who may want to use the money for work experience or senior journalists who have a project in mind.
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Women in Journalism is 21!

Women in Journalism is 21!

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Women in Journalism is celebrating 21 years of networking, campaigning and training for female journalists across the media.To mark the occasion, we have posted a selection of cuttings generated by WIJ's early members online. You can see the gallery on our Flickr Page.WIJ will also be celebrating th ...
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Muslim Voices in the Media by Herpreet Grewal

Muslim Voices in the Media by Herpreet Grewal

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Do we hear enough Muslim voices in the media? Hosted by News UK on 17 November 2014, our panel discussion included New Statesman writer Myriam Francois-Cerrah, freelance journalist and playwright Iman Qureshi, Huffington Post political director Mehdi Hasan, Guardian acting women’s editor Bim Adewu ...
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Is there still a difference between journalism and PR? by Elena Georgieva

Is there still a difference between journalism and PR? by Elena Georgieva

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It's no secret journalists and PR people love to hate each other. But with the rise of social media, countless digital platforms and our constant demand for news, the lines between PR and journalism are becoming more and more blurred. High time, therefore, for Women in Journalism and Women in PR to ...
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Want to blog for WIJ?

Want to blog for WIJ?

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WIJ is on the lookout for bloggers to cover its events.If you’re a member and coming to one of our talks, why not write about what you hear for this website? You’ll be credited and will receive a free ticket to the next WIJ event of your choice.Our blogs aim to give our online audience a flavour ...
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WiJ seminar report: How to thrive in a digital world – By Alexandra Campbell

WiJ seminar report: How to thrive in a digital world – By Alexandra Campbell

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Digital media has created a host of new jobs, roles and outlets for journalists – but what are they, and what skills do you need to succeed? Read the top 16 tips from the experts at WIJ’s Thrive in the Digital World seminar on Oct 9th at Wiggin LLP.The panellists were:*Jemima Kiss, Head of Techn ...
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Why do the best jobs go to men? Eleanor Mills writes in the British Journalism Review Sept 14

Why do the best jobs go to men? Eleanor Mills writes in the British Journalism Review Sept 14

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It’s tough for women on newspapers, but the industry needs us more than ever, says a campaigner promoting greater opportunitiesNot a week goes by without major handwringing about the slow progress of women in public life – whether it’s the still paltry number of women in politics, particularly ...
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