A charity guide to getting your story into the media

Posted on: October 24, 2019

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Knowing how to best approach the media and present your story is essential if you want to get media coverage for your charity. This guide provides top tips and best practice advice on interacting with the media from three different perspectives: the communications trainer, the equality charity and the media.

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This guide forms part of Stronger Voices, a training programme created in partnership with Equally Ours and funded by City Bridge Trust, designed to help strengthen the voices of London’s equality sector.

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