Journalists, funders, lawyers, academics and media experts working together to research, analyse, and advance public understanding of public benefit journalism.
- George Brock – Chair, CJP; Former Professor of Journalism at City, University of London; Trustee and director, Bureau of Investigative Journalism 2010-20. Previously: The Observer and The Times. [See George’s posts here.]
- Kitty von Bertele – Associate at Luminate, specialising in independent media, data and digital rights. Previously: Open Government Partnership, Cabinet Office and Department for International Development.
- Emma Meese – Director of Community Journalism, School of Journalism, Media and Culture, Cardiff University.
- Dr Martin Moore – Senior Lecturer in Political Communication Education & Director of the Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power.
- Rachel Oldroyd – Managing Editor, Bureau of Investigative Journalism. Previously: editor of investigative section, Mail on Sunday.
- Professor Steven Barnett – Professor of Communications, Westminster University. Previously: specialist adviser to House of Lords Communications and Digital Committee.
- Julian Blake – Partner, Stone King, advising charities and social enterprise.
- Tom Murdoch – Partner, Stone King, advising charities. Previously at publisher Reed Elsevier.
- Sameer Padania – Director, Macroscope, advising on media philanthropy and innovation in journalism. Newsletter Editor, Journalism Funders Forum. Previously: Lead Rapporteur, Forum on Information and Democracy; Advisor, Nesta Future News Pilot Fund.
- Will Perrin – Founder of Talk About Local and campaigner for statutory duty of care for social media. Previously: Cabinet Office, DCMS.
- Lawrie Simanowitz – Partner, Bates Wells & Braithwaite, advising charities and not-for-profits. Previously: documentary producer (BBC and C4), parliamentary researcher.
- Ben Stewart – Director, David and Elaine Potter Foundation. Previously: Wellcome Trust.
- Dr Judith Townend – Senior Lecturer in Media and Information Law, University of Sussex. Convenor, Network for Public Interest Journalism. Previously: Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, University of London.
- Karin Wahl-Jorgensen – University Dean of Research Environment and Culture; Director of Research, Centre for Community Journalism at Cardiff University
Administrator/Organiser: Eliz Mizon, freelance writer and lecturer in Media.
The CJP’s work is currently supported by Luminate and the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust.
If you would like to discuss supporting the Project’s work, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.