Power to the People: Nina Hendy & The Freelance Collective

By Jake Carson Professionally trained journalist Nina Hendy found herself at a crossroad. It was 2009, and was in the middle of the Global Financial Crisis. Times were tough, morale was low and nobody, seemed to have any money. Newsrooms across the world; already on increasingly unstable gr ...

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How do we keep journos safe on dangerous assignments?

There’s never been a more dangerous time to be journalist. Amongst bullets, bombs, gag orders and jail cells, the past few years have been a particularly hazardous time to work in the media with hundreds of journalists being killed, kidnapped or detained indefinitely. Now more than ever, repor ...

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Freedom of expression: The operating system for story-telling

Walkley Foundation CEO Jacqui Park addressed the Power of Narrative conference in Boston, asking how we can talk about journalism in a way that helps the world understand the value of reporting and freedom of the press. As journalists we talk a lot about telling stories, usually other people’s st ...

The Serco story… short-circuited

As the Global Mail folded around them, the talented team of Wallman, Olle, Armstrong, Bungey and Grant produced a major work of comics journalism artistry in record time. Pat Grant recounts the experience and the piece’s significance. Illustrations by Sam Wallman This unusual piece of comics journa ...