The NUS held a training day today for student journalists interested in covering conflict and obviously, I jumped to book my place. It was held in Kings College University, London and I travelled down from Durham specially. The day was split into four sessions: Introducing journalism and conflict, by Rob Bailey, School of Journalism, University of….
Amnesty International hold a Student Media Summit every year and invite two people from university media outlets around the country. As News Features Editor of Durham University’s Palatinate newspaper, I was lucky enough to get a place. Accompanying me was Michelle Wisson, Palatinate’s Comment Editor. The event was held over two days, on Wednesday 14th….
Today, I went to Portcullis House, Westminster for the celebration of the ‘Imagined Voices’ project that I’ve been involved with. The creative writing project has been run by Rommi Smith, this year’s Parliamentary Writer in Residence and marks the bicentennial anniversary of the abolition of slavery. Students read out their work, and Sadiq Khan, MP….
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