Covering Refugees: Roundtable with Journalists from Europe, the Middle East, North & Central America
11/10/17, 3:59 PM
About this event
WHAT: Riveted by images of boats going down and walls going up, torn apart by opposed humanitarian and security pulls, the citizens of Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas are struggling to cope with the myriad effects of the largest refugee movements in a century. Trying to make sense of these crises is a profession itself in crisis – factual, accurate, objective journalism is under fire. Learn the story behind the stories from key reporters representing leading news media in all four regions!
WHO: Panelists: Jan Bielicki, Süddeutsche Zeitung; Melissa Eddy, The New York Times; Karin Laub, The Associated Press; Ioannis Papadopoulos, Kathimerini; Francisco Rodríguez, elPeriódico de Guatemala
Moderators: Prof. Giovanna Dell’Orto, HSJMC, and Perla Trevizo, Arizona Daily Star.
Also participating: Journalists working for The Associated Press, CNN Greece, the Los Angeles Times, and Public Radio International, plus scholars from the University of Arizona, University of California Hastings, University of Potsdam, and University of Vienna
Free and open to the public.
Questions? Contact Prof. Dell’Orto, email@example.com
University of Minnesota sponsors: Center for German and European Studies; Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication; Global Programs and Strategy Alliance; College of Liberal Arts; Minnesota Journalism Center; Binger Center for New Americans; Office of Equity and Diversity; Department of Communication Studies; Humphrey School of Public Affairs; Immigration History Research Center; Department of Political Science; Human Rights Center; Department of Spanish& Portuguese. Special thanks also to Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst and Robert Bosch Foundation Alumni Association.
- Murphy Hall, room 130
- 206 Church St SE
- Minneapolis MN
- USA - United States