Media training: Inclusive reporting that represents Australia’s diversity

Session 3: Expanding your audience

This is the second 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. This session focuses on expanding your audience, with a conversation between Jen Sharpe and Asanti Abubakar. You can also download a tip sheet here: Top Ten Expanding your audience Resource.

Session 2: Engaging with communities

This is the second 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. This session focuses on engaging with communities. Hosted by Akashika Mohla, it features The Age’s Julie Szego and ANU’s Jieh-Yung Lo. You can also download a tip sheet here: Top Ten Engaging with Communities Resource.

Session 1: The language of storytelling

This is the first 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. This first session focuses on the language of storytelling, hosted by Walkley-winning feature writer James Button and featuring community and youth worker Nor Shanino. Hosted by Antoinette Lattouf from Media Diversity Australia. Top Ten The Language of Storytelling Resource.

You can view the Scanlon Foundation Research Institute report here.

This series was a collaboration with the Scanlon Foundation with Media Diversity Australia as a marketing partner.