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Webinar – Funding your important social justice story

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.

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Masterclass webinar: How the media can amplify young voices

Learn from young people and the journalists reporting on them how the media can elevate representation of Australia's youth.

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Webinar: Resilience and reinvention after Upheaval

We are used to hearing discussion of the media focus on lay-offs, shut-downs, attacks and declining revenue, but is the industry on the verge of a long-awaited uptick?

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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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Your tax deductible donation makes a difference

Tax-deductable donations to the Melbourne Press Club support our programs for journalism.

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The Edit: Responsible Reporting in the age of disinformation

The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to an onslaught of misinformation and disinformation propagated by those with vested interests.

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Putting the full stop on 2021.

We reflect on the year that was for the Melbourne Press Club.

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Reporting, newsrooms and mental health

Now more than ever journalists and news crews must take extra care of their mental health as they report on the issues of the day.

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Victoria’s Truth and Justice Process

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

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The Edit: The importance of images

Join us for our upcoming Edit webinar with Chris Gillett and Tia Kass on the importance of images in print, TV, and digital journalism, discussing the similarities and differences between illustrations and the power of an image in helping a story cut through.

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