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In Depth Features

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CJS In-Depth

Over the years CJS has accumulated a number of articles covering a wide range of subjects across the many different areas of the countryside, conservation, wildlife sectors.  Many of these have been written exclusively for CJS.

The much of the information has been previously published in CJS Focus and features one aspect of the subject covered in each edition. CJS Focus is a periodic, usually quarterly, publication looking at once aspect of the sector per edition.  The first CJS Focus (which was called CJS Special Edition at the time) was published in November 2004. One or two editions each year look at volunteering and consequently we have a respectable number of articles covering this subject, enough to create an index of articles just about volunteering, click here for these.

Our Featured Charities write articles across the 'their' year highlighting elements of their work, new campaigns and projects.

More recently we have been commissioning articles on a wide range of subjects which don't fit into a CJS Focus, but are of interest to people across the sector.
There are also profiles of relevant organisations and charities, introductions to projects and new tools, overviews of reports and events all gather together on this In Depth index.

                

If you'd like to contribute an article or suggest a subject find out a little more about how to do that here.

               

2019: it's our Silver Anniversary and we have a dedicated section for people's lovely comments as well as our introductory article which has a potted history of CJS's first 25 years. Read these here.

             

CJS has written a full set of Helpful Hints for job hunters covering everything from first thoughts about working in the countryside to how to prepare for an interview.  It is broken down into sections so you don't need to read everything.  Find these here.

Browse the Article Index here.

 

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