From internships to the WikiLeaks truck: catch up on the Forum blog

Here’s a round-up of this week’s blog posts, which began with an anonymous piece about the life of an intern and ended with a piece by Ryan Gallagher In praise of… the WikiLeaks truck.

This week we posted Frontline: Vaughan Smith Shot in Kosovo (1998), the second of two excerpts from the newly revised and updated edition of Frontline by David Loyn, published last month by Summersdale. Here’s the first of the excerpts: Frontline: a high peak of journalism

The time for silence is over: Journalists and sexual violence by Julie Tomlin was published following the publication of a new report by Lauren Wolfe of the Committee to Protect Journalists.

We had two further pieces about Internships: Alex Varley-Winter wrote about The unpaid internship boom while Elizabeth Davies suggested there could  be benefits in Why Internships can be valuable.

We post a write up of our talks each week: Here’s Gianluca Mezzofiore‘s piece: Internships, Opportunity or Cheap Labour?

Plunder of the oceans – The rise of pirate fishing, impacts and solutions was written by Shyamalie Satkunanadnan following a third party event at the Club.

Lindsey Hilsum: ‘My job is reporting how war affects the lives of people’ includes video from our archives posted after the Channel 4 News international editor picked up the Charles Wheeler award this week. 

The weekly round-up of the events coming up in the next seven days is here.