This sounds like a good competition to encourage journalists from ethnic minorities - who are criminally under-represented in newsrooms and all media outlets:
The GG2 Leadership and Diversity Awards recognise achievement within ethnic minority communities with a wide range of awards to be presented on 15 September in London.
Excellent. What's the prize?
A week at the Daily Mail and £500 cash are on offer.
Er, come again?
A week at the Daily Mail and £500 cash are on offer in an annual journalism award aim at ethnic minorities.
Right. Perhaps you can have some fun proofreading Littlejohn's column about how golliwogs are just completely innocent non-racist items*, or having a look through the twisted statistics in a James Slack anti-immigration special, or looking through a million articles portraying Muslims as criminals and savages. You might even be able to have a day at the picturedesk and see exactly how it's possible to accidentally put a picture of peaceful mainstream Muslims on an article about extremists, then leave it on the story. I'm sure you'll learn something about journalism, anyway...
What the fuck's the second prize - two weeks at the Mail?
* By the way, since Iain Dale and Richard Littlejohn, and others on the hard right, said there was nothing racist about golliwogs, guess what I found over at Excalibur, the BNP's shopping site? Yes, that's right, a whole page of golliwogs! Oh well, I'm sure that's entirely coincidental and it just happens that the BNP site is the only place in Britain which sells such a wide range of golliwog merchandise. It's nothing to do with racism at all!