From the safety of his embassy home in South West London, Julian Assange, founder of the controversial whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, speaks about the future of the internet and what it may mean to us all. Broadcasted to a sold out audience at the Queen Elizabeth hall via direct video link, Assange is taking part in the Web We Want festival hosted by the Southbank Centre this weekend.
My dream is to become a recognised freelance journalist, and maybe one day create a successfull subsciption magazine in which true and unbiased news stories are told by journalist employed by me! Now, I currently have a full time job so in order to gain some knowledge I am looking to do a distance learning course with The London School of Journalism. This course will cost me just over half of the money asked for. The remainder of the money will fund a project I would like to start which investigates the lifes of 57 war verterans living on the streets of Oxford. The men who gave everything they have, who now have nothing. Please visit the link below and pledge if you can!
Join me on my journey into amateur journalism.