To address these concerns, speakers from across the world discuss the potential short- and long-term implications of COVID-19’s effect on journalism and the media. This event includes an overview of how the pandemic has shifted the journalism industry and what the future of journalism might entail.
- Damian Radcliffe│ Carolyn S. Chambers Professor of Journalism and Professor of Practice │ University of Oregon │ Oregon, USA
- Parvathi Benu│ Senior Reporter and Sub Editor│ The New Indian Express│ Kerala, India U.S. State Department Fellows Exchange Alumnus, Fall 2019
- Sarah Scire│ Staff Writer for Nieman Lab│ Nieman Foundation for Journalism │ New York, USA
- Sher Ali Khalti│ Staff Reporter│ The News│ Lahore, Pakistan
- Fatima Bahja│ Researcher & Coordinator, New Initiatives │ International Center for Journalists│ Washington, DC, USA
This event is co-organized by Digital Communication Network SouthEast Europe Hub (DCN SEE) and World Learning and is part of DCNSEE’s Ideas in Action – Digital Engagement, a series of virtual events launched in the context of the COVID-19 crisis. DCNSEE is supported by the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Citizen Exchanges. This global event was designed and arranged with support from the South-Central Asia Alumni Network of the State Department exchange program Professional Fellows, implemented by World Learning.
DCN SOUTHEAST EUROPE HUB is a consortium of Aristotle University, Digital Communication Network, non-profits, public and private organizations and companies involved in the fields of digital communication, social impact campaigns, technology, and innovation. It is a unique, interdisciplinary coalition tapping into the best talent and resources across Europe.