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Resources for Covering COVID-19

A growing list of articles and tools to help you cover the current Coronavirus pandemic

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Quills - Conditions of Entry & Judging Criteria

Read the conditions of entry and criteria for the 29th Quill awards

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2023/2024 Michael Gordon Fellows announced

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.

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Working with traumatic imagery can affect your mental health

As the crisis in Ukraine continues and the situation rapidly escalates between Israel and Hamas, viewing traumatic images of violence, death, and destruction is a daily task for many journalists who work on the digital frontline.

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The World Cup and media coverage: time for all of us to play a role

In the aftermath of the extensive media coverage of the marvellous Matildas at the World Cup, athlete and sports broadcaster Nana Owusu-Afriyie pinpoints how the team’s stellar achievements have lifted the visibility of women’s sport in Australia. But after the World Cup party, what happens next? In this article, Nana argues that although the World Cup's impact has been positive, fans, athletes, and the media need to continue advocating for equal coverage of women’s sport.

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Mirrors and daggers: How journalists pay the price of 24/7 screen access

Australia’s access to high-level journalism skills and resources could lead it becoming an Asia Pacific hub for modelling and promoting solutions to technology-facilitated violence (TFV).

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'Always answer a newsroom phone'

Michelle Coffey, inaugural Young Journalist of the Year recipient, reflects on her career and the award after 30 years.

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How industry changes are impacting journalists

  "No one in the media today is immune from pressure nor from unscheduled additional work. It can be as onerous for frontline reporters, presenters, photographers, camera crews, sound technicians, producers, researchers, and social media teams as it is for the people who manage them."

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2022/2023 Michael Gordon Fellows announced

The Melbourne Press Club has awarded $30,000 in grants in the latest round of the Michael Gordon Journalism Fellowship program.

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Watch now: Reporting on suicide and mental illness

A Masterclass featuring Rachel Green, Osher Günsberg, Dr Jaelea Skehan & Sophie Scott

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