San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Turning Issues Into Stories
How do you turn a complex development issue into a compelling story? How can you an engage a UK audience? This One World Media and Centre for African Studies event brings together a panel of leading NGOs and journalists to share their work and insights on how to cover development issues in an engaging way. The event is aimed at students and those interested in international development, journalism and documentary filmmaking, as well as communications staff at NGOs. The panel will be chaired by Sir Brendan Gormley, Trustee of One World Media and former Chief Executive of the Disasters Emergency Committee.
Speakers will include: Annie Kelly, Editor of The Guardian's Modern-day slavery in focus project and Patrick Strudwick, UK LGBT Editor for Buzzfeed News, along with Corinne Evans, Head of Media and External Relations at British Red Cross and Chris Wainwright, Head of Communications at WaterAid.
Co-hosted with the Centre of African Studies at SOAS.
Please note that tickets are non-refundable after 14th October.
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One World Media
One World Media supports strong, vibrant and independent media that empowers citizens, promotes justice and supports international development. For over 25 years, we have been working with partners in the UK and internationally to enable media that informs and connects the world’s people.