Ronke Phillips is a correspondent for ITV’s ‘London Tonight’ and has worked for more than 20 years in print, radio and television journalism, including various roles at the BBC and GMTV. She recently won a Ochberg Fellowship for 2009 and will participate in a programme to improve her coverage of violent and traumatic events.
The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, part of Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, but with offices around the world, awards fellowships to mid-career journalists looking to improve their understanding of emotional trauma and improve coverage of violence, conflict and tragedy. A week-long fellowship program is designed to provide journalists with expertise in the ‘many dimensions’ of trauma and to meet like-minded colleagues from around the world.
ronke philips,you are just a fantastic woman god bless you.
Ronke Phillips. I would like to thank you for the news reel cover you did for London Tonight this week covering the Azelle Rodney Police Shooting 2005 and the info relating to the Inquiry. Its been a long 5 year wait and after seeing your news item which i thought painted a clear and consice chain of events. I wish this news had gone out 5 years ago, because i`m positive that we would have had a lot more support. I take my hat off to you Ronke. Well done. I hope you will keep in touch and do a follow up as i am not giving up on my son Azelle. Too many people cared about him, the police have been covering up this and many other injustices and they can no longer get away with it. Please keep in touch if you can. Thank You.
Azelle Rodney Campaign for Justice
I totally agree. Ronke is definetly breaking new ground. I respect her as a black investigative journalist. She has certainly made an impact in my community from people of all cultures and backrounds. Her name just sticks out because she tells it like it is.
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