Beat the lockdown blues – top tips for keeping motivated with Esther Rantzen05/11/2020
If you’re finding life in lockdown extra hard going – you’re not alone.
Doctors say the impact of the pandemic on the nation’s mental health is profound. As a journalist or former journalist you’re probably used to being busy with lots of interaction, so maybe you’re finding things tough, with dark nights and extra Covid restrictions compounding a feeling of isolation.
Birmingham through the lens – a JC fundraiser05/11/2020
A collection of incredible photos by long-time JC supporter ‘Bunny’ Hess is now available to buy – beautifully presented in a coffee table style book.
The images reflect a remarkable era in British history when much was happening – a great reflection of quality photo-journalism and life as it was.
Introducing The Journo Resources Fellowship Programme30/10/2020
At Journo Resources, they know how hard the COVID-19 crisis has hit the journalism industry as a whole. And, in particular, they have received dozens of messages from people about to embark on their journalism career, expressing their fears about a diminished jobs market and lack of opportunities.
Covid-19: supporting journalists through crisis12/10/2020
Since March, the Journalists’ Charity has helped hundreds of journalists whose lives have been affected by the impact of coronavirus.
At the outset of the crisis, we promised to give all applicants a rapid response to their enquiries, helping to minimise stress by allocating financial support as quickly as possible.
MATT Christmas cards 2020 on sale now!08/10/2020
MATT Christmas cards now available to buy online – £4.00 for pack of ten plus P&P .
Meet Ellen, our new industry outreach champion.06/10/2020
The Journalists’ Charity’s mission to boost awareness and engagement is moving up a gear, with the appointment of a new outreach champion.
Ellen Bramley, who previously worked at the Society of Editors, takes up the post tasked with spreading the word about the charity’s vital role.
If you’d like to arrange a workplace awareness session, or have any other suggestion about how the charity can spread the word, please get in touch.
The future of freelancing: finding work after Covid-19.21/09/2020
If you’re a freelance facing an uncertain future because the impact of Covid-19, where can you find work? Are there opportunities in journalism you don’t know about? Or could use your training and skills elsewhere?
While some sectors struggle, others flourish, and in this FREE expert-led session you’ll hear how your skills could well be transferable both inside the industry and in other sectors to help you keep working and earning.
Life without journalism31/07/2020
The Journalists’ Charity is renewing its drive to recognise and celebrate the role of journalism as Covid-19 continues to seriously impact life across the UK.
Since the beginning of lockdown, journalists have played a vital role in delivering information to audiences, as well as providing insight and scrutiny at a time of unprecedented national importance.