Listings 28-03-03

RELAUNCHES

Internet works

Sector: business/computing

Publisher: Future

Price: £3.99

Print run: 20,000

Monthly business magazine Internet Works has been given a new design and 210x280mm format. New editor Cavan Scott has increased its focus on e-commerce, collaborative technologies and mobile workings. It will continue to offer legal studies and expert opinion from industry experts.

Editor: Cavan Scott

Contact: Future Publishing

Tel: 01225 822 517

Website: www.iwks.com

EVENTS

Guild of Health Writers

Journalists in search of new angles for those summer travel features should attend the Guild of Health Writers’ seminar on travellers’ health. Speakers include Dr Richard Dawood, editor of Travellers’ Health, and Dr Ron Behrens, Britain’s only consultant in travel medicine.

Date : 10 April

Time: 6pm

Venue: The Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, W1J 0BD

Contact: Guild of Health Writers, 1 Broadmead Close, Hampton, TW12 3RT

E-mail: admin@healthwriters.com

Law for Editors Workshop

Cleland Thom’s workshop is intended to keep editors up to speed with changes in law.

Date : 24 April

Price: £325

Contact: Cleland Thom, 22 The Green, Chichester, PO19 6XN

Tel: 07733 145 620

AWARDS REMINDERS

David Watt Prize

Deadline: 31 March 2003

Contact: Celia Beale Tel: 01985 844613

E-mail: celiabeale@globalnet.co.uk

Website: www.riotinto.com

EdExcel Educational Journalism Award

Deadline: 1 May 2003

Contact: Stevie Pattison-Dick 020 7758 5508

E-mail: Stevie.Pattison-Dick@Edexcel.org.uk

Website: www.edexcel.org.uk/achievement

Visions of Science Photography Competition

Deadline: 30 May 2003

Contact: Katie Watt

Tel: 020 7613 5577

Website: www.visions-of-science.co.uk

London Press Club Consumer Affairs Journalist of the Year Award

Deadline: 4 April 2003

Contact: Mark Bryant

Tel: 020 7353 7086

E-mail: lpressclub@aol.com

Regional Press Awards

Deadline: 1 May

Contact: Andrea Hayes , 19 Scarbrook Road, Croydon CR9 1LX

Tel: 020 8565 3056 E-mail: andreah@qpp.co.uk

LAUNCHES

Diversity Today

Sector: business

Publisher: Ethnic Media Group

Frequency: monthly

Price: £6.95

Ethnic Media Group, the UK’s biggest publisher of newspapers for Asian and Afro-Caribbean readers, has launched Diversity Today, a monthly glossy for professionals and senior managers who are working on equality issues and initiatives. The 68-page first issue features an interview with the country’s first Diversity Minister, Tony McNulty; looks at the gender gap that is holding back female engineers and scientists and includes a survey of private sector diversity managers. The magazine’s aim is to become a platform for debate and analysis of equality issues and initiatives. Editor Valery Small said: “Our purpose is to celebrate and showcase best practice and achievement in the public and private sectors. Diversity Today is an independent voice and will reflect all points of view.”

Editor: Valery Small

Contact: Diversity Today, Ethnic Media Group Ltd, Unit 2, 65 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1DU

Tel: 020 7650 2000

Fax: 020 7650 2001

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