Seminar: Learning to Navigate the Ethics of Global Health & Humanitarian Reporting

When:

February 10, 2014 @ 11:30 pm

Where: Sonata Room, Gordon Dining and Events Center

Learning to Navigate the Ethics of Global Health & Humanitarian Reporting

Erin Luhmann
Graduate student ’13
Journalism

5:30pm, Sonata Room, Gordon Dining and Events Center
770 W. Dayton Street

Erin Luhmann, a 2013 UW graduate with a master’s degree in journalism, traveled to Chad, Niger, and Mali in July 2013 after winning a trip with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. Together they visited clinics, rural villages and refugee camps. Kristof, who has made a career of social justice and humanitarian reporting, sponsors “Win-A-Trip” every year, and chose Luhmann from 700 applicants. Erin will be sharing her experiences, including the difficulties of humanitarian reporting, at 5:30pm on Monday, February 10th in the Sonata Room of the Gordon Dining and Events Center. This event is free and open to the public.

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This seminar is co-sponsored by the School of Journalism and Mass Communications and the Global Health Institute.

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