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Danger, Deadlines and Frontlines: A Glimpse Into the Lives of Foreign Corre...
Thu 2 February 2017, 19:30 – 21:00 GMT
Just a Drop would like to formally invite you to join us on February 2nd 2017 at the Royal Geographical Society to hear Jeremy Bowen, Middle East Editor for the BBC, Christina Lamb OBE, Chief Foreign Correspondent for the Sunday Times, Mark MacKinnon, Senior International Correspondent for the Globe and Mail, Sue Turton, Freelance Journalist and Documentary Filmmaker, and Matthew Price, Chief Correspondent for BBC Radio 4's Today programme, talk about their experiences reporting from some of the most challenging environments across the world in places of conflict, followed by a Q&A chaired by BBC HardTalk presenter, and Just a Drop Charity Patron, Stephen Sackur.
All event proceeds will go to Just a Drop, an international water development charity working in remote and challenging environments across the world to provide communities with access to clean, safe water and sanitation.
Doors will open at 6:30pm, the talk will begin at 7:30pm sharp.
Event speakers subject to last minute changes if journalists are sent abroad on assignment