Guardian writers win schooling journalism awards

Campaigning journalism on the culture of silence surrounding mental well being in universities has won recognition at a prestigious journalism awards event in London.

Claire Shaw, who edits the Guardian’s larger schooling network, received a runner-up award for excellent larger-schooling journalism for her coverage close to mental health in universities, that revealed workers are going through anxiousness, isolation and lack of support.

The Guardian was also recognised for its coverage of sexual violence issues amongst students, at the CIPR training journalism awards on Wednesday ten May possibly.

Abby Youthful-Powell acquired the most promising newcomer to training journalism award for her perform exposing the extent of sexual violence in clubs, and on the campaign for sexual consent courses at universities.

Many Guardian contributors netted awards for their training journalism: Louise Tickle (winner of exceptional nationwide education journalism), Janet Murray (runner-up for outstanding nationwide schooling journalism) and Dorothy Lepkowska (runner-up for outstanding colleges journalism).

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