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13 self-care tips for overworked journalists


The pandemic has been exhausting for media professionals. Journalist and mental health advocate Hannah Storm shares accessible advice on taking care of your mental wellbeing

Help the Bureau Local to investigate covid grants fraud


An investigative journalism network is looking for reporters and members of the public to help probe local authority accounts

What the Reuters Institute's Digital News Report 2021 means for your audio strategy

Professor Damian Radcliffe offers a US perspective on audience habits and opportunities for newsrooms

Why ‘slow journalism’ thrived during the pandemic

The member-centred approach at Tortoise helped readers to feel connected and empowered against the backdrop of loneliness and gloom

Podcast articleKiran Nazish, founder of CFWIJ, on violence against women journalists

Governments across the world are ramping up orchestrated attacks on women journalists to clamp down on press freedom. Who has the power to create change?

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Tip: How to get well-prepared for an internship in journalism


Bookmark these tips to make the most out of your first work opportunity in the media

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Senior communications officer (digital)

Human rights advocacy charity seeks a communications professional with at least four years' experience of digital communications and project management

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Major golf championships accelerate sustainability drive with help from Swedish drinking water company Bluewater

Two Major golf championships - The Open and The Senior Open Presented by Rolex - are spearheading more sustainable sports events by ending the need for single-use plastic bottles with the help of unique drinking water solutions from Sweden's Bluewater

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How the Financial Times helped its journalists build resilience during the pandemic

From live-streaming editorial meetings to providing self-management training, the publisher upped its efforts to support its staff through gloom and exhaustion

Ethiopian fact-checkers wage an unequal war against Facebook misinformation

In a country where Facebook is the main source of online news, hoaxes are widespread and verifying digital content is tough. But a small group of journalists at HaqCheck rose up to the challenge

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