The Walkley Foundation for Journalism

The Walkley Foundation is a non-profit body aimed at supporting and encouraging professional and ethical journalism and rewarding excellence in the Australian media.

 

Freelance photographer Andrew Quilty has won the Gold Walkley Award for his extraordinary body of work, “The Man on the Operating Table”.

03-Dec-2016 12:07 AM
As a freelance photojournalist based in Kabul, Quilty has relentlessly pursued complex and important stories in a country that — after some 14 years of war — may have receded from the world’s front pages, but is no less dangerous or critical to u

2016 Walkley Book Award shortlisted finalists announced

10-Nov-2016 1:51 PM
The Walkley Foundation today announced the shortlist for the Walkley Book Award, part of Australia’s most prestigious journalism accolades, the Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism.

Finalists announced for Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism

20-Oct-2016 7:52 PM
Finalists in the prestigious Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism were announced this evening at simultaneous events in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Business Journalism finalists announced for Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism

18-Oct-2016 2:04 PM
The three finalists in the prestigious Business category of the Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism were announced today in Sydney, at a lunch hosted by ING Direct.

2016 Walkley Documentary Award Longlist Announced

27-Sep-2016 11:22 AM
Six outstanding documentaries longlisted for the 2016 Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism will be screened at the State Library of NSW in Sydney in October, giving the public a free viewing of the finest work in the field over the past year.

2016 Our Watch Awards announced

14-Sep-2016 9:45 PM
Lauren Novak and Sheradyn Holderhead from the Sunday Mail and The Advertiser have been named the winners of the 2016 Our Watch Gold Award for their campaign “Knowing what we’re up against”. The project combined shoe-leather reporting, Freedom of I

Our Watch Award 2016 Finalists announced

16-Aug-2016 9:55 AM
Finalists in the 2016 Our Watch Awards have been announced. The Awards, administered by the Walkley Foundation, recognise exemplary reporting to end violence against women and their children.

UTS student Taylor Denny awarded 2016 Jacoby-Walkley Scholarship

27-Jul-2016 8:05 PM
The Walkley Foundation is pleased to announce that Taylor Denny– a final year Journalism and International Studies student at University of Technology Sydney– has been awarded the 2016 Jacoby-Walkley Scholarship.

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The Walkley Foundation administers the Walkley Awards, hosts a year-round program for journalists and media professionals, and produces The Walkley Magazine – Inside the Media.

The Foundation’s broad aims are to support and encourage professional and ethical journalism and promote and reward excellence in the Australian media. To do this it manages the Walkley competition and other awards, and hosts a year-round professional development program for journalists and media professionals. It also produces The Walkley Magazine – Inside the Australian Media – full colour bi-monthly media magazine mailed to around 10,000 media professionals.

The Walkley Foundation for Journalism

Newsroom contact

Flip Prior
Communications and Partnerships Manager

flip.prior@walkleys.com

Tel: (02) 9333 0956

Mobile: (02) 9333 0956


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