About SI Nottingham

THE WINNER OF THE SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF NOTTINGHAM
STUDENT JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR AWARD 2018

PREMATURE PARKINSON’S

 

Members of Soroptimist International of Nottingham voted Eve Gateshill’s project on Early onset Parkinson’s disease as their top piece of journalism created by students graduating this year from the Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism at Nottingham Trent University.

This is the sixth year Soroptimist International of Nottingham has awarded a prize to a student journalist for a 3rd year project raising awareness of women’s issues in the media. Helping student journalists start their careers with this recognition and funding ties in with one of the Soroptimist’s goals: raising awareness of women’s ability to achieve their individual and collective potential.

As part of her final year project, Nottingham Trent Broadcast Journalism Student Eve investigated the effect of the rare condition of early onset Parkinson’s disease on the lives of 3 women. On her choice of topic Eve said “My Grandpa had Parkinson’s and this led me to look into the subject in more depth. I contacted the Parkinson’s support group and they put me onto the three interviewees who formed the core of my presentation.

Club members thought this was an excellent project, looking at an unusual condition. Eve had a personal angle but also good research skills. The women were sensitively interviewed to bring out their great mental strength in living with their current condition and what lies ahead of them.”

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT SI NOTTINGHAM

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Club meetings are held at 19.30 on the 1st and 3rd of the month on Nottingham University Main Campus.

If you would be interested in coming along you would be very welcome.

Please email info.sinottingham@gmail.com

Soroptimist International Vision and Mission

SI Nottingham is part of a global network of more than 3,000 Soroptimist Clubs worldwide. Members are active locally through service and fund-raising projects, and at national and international levels in partnership with other Soroptimist clubs and organisations, to improve the lives of women and girls. Click on:

Vision & and Mission june 2017