27 May 2023
My work on the Borgen Project
Starting an internship with the Borgen Project, and my work on it.
28 June 2022
Reflecting on three years in student media
Reflecting on my university involvement with my student newspaper as an editor and writer.
22 March 2022
What does it mean to be a disabled woman in the music industry?
Faith Martin talks about how she is breaking the bias as a disabled music journalist for International Women's Day 2022.
12 March 2022
Why I'm questioning my career as a disabled music journalist
How viable is my career as a music journalist when infrastructure keeps letting me down?
23 February 2022
How to pitch a freelance article
Thinking of freelancing? Here's how to pitch the perfect article to get you noticed
13 January 2022 – 21 January 2022
Write for Noises Off
Be a part of the Noises Off team and expand your experiences as a journalist!
8 March 2022
Kickstarter: Trainee Journalist
Join our team as a Kickstarter. We're offering 7 roles in all and on this page are details of joining us as one of 3 trainee journalists.
28 October 2021 – 9 December 2021
Join WSC free mentoring scheme!
If you are an inspiring female writer for journalist then this is a great opportunity for you!!
5 March 2021
Nicola Slawson | TrinityTalent 2020
Nicola Slawson was selected for TrinityTalent for her outstanding achievements as an Arts Award alumna.
29 June 2020 – 30 November 2020
The Observer/Andy Burgess prize 2021 open for entries
Love arts journalism? Enter this competition
2 September 2019
Where are they now? with Ben James
Ben explains how his Arts Award helped with his career in technology and tech journalism.
2 April 2019
Interview with Ben Hicks, Executive Director of the Guardian Foundation
"It has never been more important for young journalists to be self starters, to innovate and find new ways to tell stories."
31 October 2018
Is technology holding journalism hostage? The answer isn’t that clear
Voice was joined by a panel of industry experts to discuss the increased influence of digital technology on journalism
8 October 2018
Back to school
When we hear the phrase “Back to School” we always think of sweet little backpacks, coloured pencil cases and wrapping paper covered notebooks. But you can go back to school at any age.
30 September 2018
Uni: why it’s okay to change your mind
Not everyone’s education happens in a straight line.
11 April 2018
“The Objective Truth”
Spielberg's Oscar nominated ‘The Post’ acts as a vital reminder of the democratic value journalism holds, and our need to vigilantly protect it.
7 April 2018
Workshop for Arts Writers
Join the Voice team as a regular contributor and make your voice heard.
2 July 2017
Interdependence: We Need to Talk About Power with Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy & David Olusoga
The first Interdependence talk at MIF to discuss the big topics in society today. Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, David Olusoga, Lubaina Himid, Jason Hickel, Andrew O'Hagan, and Deanna Rodger tackle Power.