Do you have the bravery necessary to hold truth to power? Do you have the ability to observe and dissect what is going on in the world around you?

Do you have the skills to tell a compelling story? And are you driven by a desire to fight for justice and make society a better place? Then the world of journalism and our society need you!

We need top quality reporters who are able to keep people informed, counteract misinformation and lead news breaking investigations. If you think that could be you, join us for three days at the British Library, during which you will learn about what it means to be a journalist, produce pieces of both video journalism and print journalism, and interview a successful international correspondent working at 1843, The Economist's bi-monthly culture magazine.

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Work, Study & Life Skills
Work, Study & Life Skills Work, Study & Life Skills



Course Code:


Age Range:

15 years to 19


The British Library

Dates & Times

Monday 14th August - 10:00 AM to 03:30 PM
Tuesday 15th August - 10:00 AM to 03:30 PM
Wednesday 16th August - 10:00 AM to 03:30 PM

Enrolment Start Date:

Wednesday 14th June

Enrolment End Date:

Wednesday 09th August


Film, Media & ICT
Work, Study & Life Skills





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