This is the fourth and final session in a series of professional development webinars for Australian journalists to bring greater diversity and inclusion to their reporting, presented by the Walkley Foundation and the Scanlon Foundation. It focuses on diversity and ethics, with a conversation between Dr Hass Dellal AO and Russell Anderson.
Introduced by the undisputed icon of Pacific reporting in Australian media, Sean Dorney, this March 28 event is an opportunity to discuss why it is vital that Australian audiences know more about the issues and challenges faced by our closest neighbour. Our expert panel of journalists will provide insight into reporting on the region including guidance on how Australian journalists can give voice to Pacific island perspectives.
In this webinar, Emeritus Professor Andrew Markus AO, an expert in survey methodology and interpretation will share how journalists can assess the quality of polls and improve their understanding of community perception. ABC’s Sabra Lane joins him to share how polls have improved over time and provided insights both before and after elections.
Join us to hear our panel of experts explore the challenges of reporting on the Australian electoral process as perceived by an increasingly diverse society. This session will provide guidance and insight to support journalists seeking to explore the issues important to diverse communities and the spectrum of political perception by those communities. The webinar will include practical tips and common pitfalls. It's a must-watch for anyone covering this year's federal election.
This 1.5 hour training course is the first of a series of 12 workshops introducing techniques for digital verification and data journalism. The first session will run in the Sydney CBD by trainer Mridula Amin who will introduce you to a suite of Google and non-Google tools to help you become an expert verifier.
Freelance investigative and public interest reporting is having a huge impact in today’s media landscape.