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Join us to hear what judges of the Michael Gordon Journalism Fellowships look for in a story pitch, ask questions about application criteria and ideas, and learn more about Michael and the importance of this program.
Wurundjeri and Ngurai illum Wurrung woman Sue-Anne Hunter and Victorian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Prevention of Family Violence and Women Gabrielle Williams on the Victorian truth and justice process
The use of suppression orders by courts to stop publication of the sensitive details of legal proceedings has grown rapidly in recent years – especially in Victoria.
Journalist Peter Greste was freed from an Egyptian prison in February after being held for 14 months on discredited terror charges – but his fight for justice is far from over.
The MPC is thrilled to announce the finalists for our 29th Quill Awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism.
Join Neary Ty from Nine, Lyndal Rowlands from Al Jazeera and Daniel McCulloch from the Australian Associated Press for a discussion on how to build your journalism career.
Read the conditions of entry and criteria for the 29th Quill awards
Four new projects of social justice journalism will be undertaken in the coming year after the Melbourne Press Club announced the latest recipients of the Michael Gordon Journalism Fellowships.
Read guidelines and criteria for the 2023/24 Michael Gordon Fellowships
Read all about the 2023/24 Michael Gordon Fellowships
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