How to get into journalism – and how stories can change the world - Monday 5 February 2018

Posted by jcm22 at Jan 31, 2018 04:05 PM |
Emma Howard, a campaigning journalist and former English student at the University of Leicester, is coming to give a talk on Monday 5 February 2018, 2pm-3.30pm.
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Date Monday 5 February 2018
Time 2pm-3.30pm
Location Charles Wilson 2nd floor,
Belvoir Park Lounge
Contact Dr Lucy Evans
This is a Free event and open to all. No booking required.

Since graduating in 2011, Emma has worked as a trainee at the Guardian and now works for Unearthed, the investigative news platform launched by Greenpeace.

The subject of the talk will be ‘How to get into journalism – and how stories can change the world’. There will be an opportunity to ask questions, and, if you are interested in pursuing a career in journalism, to discuss any of your own story ideas.

The talk is open to all, and there is no need to book a place. The talk will be at 2.00-3.30pm on Monday 5th February, in Charles Wilson Second Floor LT, Belvoir Park Lounge.

Biography

Emma Howard is a campaigning journalist who worked at the Guardian as a trainee and now works for Unearthed, the investigative news platform launched by Greenpeace. She has won a Legal Reporting Award for her work on the legal aid cuts and a British Journalism Award for the Guardian's climate change campaign 'Keep it in the Ground'.

She has had tea with David Attenborough, reported from the Philippines and Dubai, interviewed Charlotte Church going round Tescos. Seven years ago she was finishing her English degree, editing Leicester university’s student newspaper and getting lost on the paternoster.

Links

Read more about Emma's Guardian articles and also her Unearthed contributions for Greenpeace.

Document

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