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The winners and runners-up of The Orwell Society/NUJ Young Journalist’s Award 2023 received their awards at Sutton Courtenay, where George Orwell, journalist, author of books including Nineteen Eighty-Four, Animal Farm and Down and Out in Paris and London and famous for his six rules for writing, is buried.
Young journalists win prizes for writing a column or review influenced by George Orwell’s work. Gwenno Robinson won the column category.
After more than a century the union voted narrowly to abolish the titles Mother of Chapel and Father of Chapel. Camilla Bracheshi supported a young member's seat on the Equality Council.
Entrants are asked to write an arts review or political column and explain how it has been informed by Orwell’s influence.
Are you a young journalist, full-time resident in the UK, studying for a journalism qualification or starting out on your journalism career?
Michelle Stanistreet has set out a bold set of measures and interventions to support and protect jobs and quality journalism now and for the future.
Ruth Addicott explores why some young people leave journalism early.
Young people are not as they are portrayed.