Manchester Met Student Media Team Workshops

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Introduction to Journalism & Online Publishing

Time and Date: Wednesday 28th February, 3pm


Register: Natalie Carragher,

This is a workshop open to all Manchester Met students where the team will be offering training in journalism, editorial work, blogging and online publishing (WordPress). This will be an opportunity to enhance your skills and find out about how to join the Humanity Hallows team.

Humanity Hallows is an online magazine run by the Manchester Metropolitan University Student Media Team. We are committed to providing quality news, opinion and entertainment, whilst developing Manchester Met students’ skills in journalism, media and publishing.

We are looking for writers, illustrators, filmmakers and photographers on an ongoing basis to help make Humanity Hallows an informed, inspiring, witty and opinionated collection of student voices and talents that make our city brilliant. To submit become a Freelance Contributor, visit our Submissions page for more information and email your work to

We are currently recruiting a team of student editors, commissioned writers, social media marketers, photographers, designers and more! Visit our Work With Us page for more information on the roles or email Natalie Carragher at

Humanity Hallows Drop In

Time and Date: Every Wednesday, 1pm – 3pm
Venue: Geoffrey Manton Building, Room 212
Contact: Natalie Carragher,

Want to find out more about Humanity Hallows and how you can get involved? Do you have idea for a story or project? Or do you need some help? Come along  to our weekly drop in and have a chat with the team.


  1. Paige Callear November 8, 2016 at 2:45 pm -  Reply

    Hi, can I book a place for the workshop?

  2. Holly Watson November 11, 2016 at 5:14 pm -  Reply

    I’d like to book a place please!

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