Category : Tim Hetherington Fellowship
Graduate Danyaal’s road to Fellowship
During my time as the LJMU Tim Hetherington Fellow and working at Index on Censorship, I have really had the opportunity to develop my skills as a journalist, as a writer and as someone in a professional capacity. Read in full at JMU Journalism.
Champions of free speech back at LJMU
LJMU Journalism graduate Danyaal Yasin returned to the university this week to talk to current students about his work at Index on Censorship magazine and website. Read in full at JUM Journalism.
Channel 4 Production Training Scheme: First month in
Trainee Researcher, Kieran Etoria-King tells us about his first month with Icon Films in Bristol as part of the Channel 4 Production Training Scheme. With everything that’s been packed in by my team at Icon Films and the benevolent training overlords at Think Bigger, it’s hard to believe it’s been less than two months since […]
Tim Hetherington’s Infidel exhibition opens in Liverpool
Liverpool John Moores University officially opened its Infidel exhibition, a display of photographs by Tim Hetherington, on Wednesday night. The Liverpool-born photojournalist, who died in Libya under mortar fire in 2011, took the photos during the year he spent embedded with the US Army in Afghanistan’s Korangal Valley while shooting his 2010 Oscar-nominated documentary Restrepo. […]
City celebrates legacy of photojournalist Tim
Award-winning photojournalist Tim Hetherington’s ‘Infidel’ exhibition had an emotional opening in Liverpool this week. The exhibition, being held at LJMU’s John Lennon Art and Design building, features moving and intimate images of American soldiers stationed in Afghanistan. Read in full at JMU Journalism.
Guest talk on fight for press freedom
Journalism students were treated to a talk this week by Index on Censorship, a magazine and website which campaigns for freedom of expression across the globe. Read in full at JMU Journalism.
Hetherington honour for graduate Josie
JMU Journalism graduate Josie Timms has been presented with the first Tim Hetherington Fellowship, sponsored by the LJMU and Index on Censorship, at the Frontline Club in London. Read in full JMU Journalism.
Spies, Secrets and Lies: Index magazine launch at the Frontline Club
Are the challenges of censorship, subterfuge and propaganda greater or lesser than they were in previous decades? Who are modern technological advances really empowering? It was a full house last night at the Frontline Club for the launch of Spies, Secrets and Lies — Index on Censorship’s Autumn 2015 issue — and a lively debate […]