Reporting in the Aftermath of Conflict: Insights and Lessons Learned
After the day-to-day reporting on war is over, new challenges and grave
responsibilities emerge, from relaying the steps of postwar accountability and peace processes, to unveiling the realities of social trauma and recovery.
Please join us for a moderated panel on the complex landscape of post-conflict reporting,addressing critical issues faced by journalists in these circumstances where issues of reconciliation, rebuilding, and the enduring impact on communities require careful and ethical reporting.
Paige Arthur Director of Programs, Columbia Global (Opening remarks)
Bruce Shapiro Executive Director, Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism (Moderator)
Nora Boustany Award-Winning Correspondent, American University of Beirut
Janine Di Giovanni CEO/Executive Director, The Reckoning Project
Elana Newman McFarlin Professor of Psychology at the University of Tulsa, Research Director, Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma
Tania Haddad Associate Professor, American University of Beirut (Closing remarks)
Thursday, February 8th at 6pm
Joseph D. Jamail Lecture Hall
Pulitzer Hall, 2950 Broadway
New York, NY 10027
Doors open: 5:30pm
The event is open to the public.
Columbia Global, the Columbia Journalism School and the American University of Beirut are committed to the safety and well-being of all event staff and attendees.
All guests must RSVP/pre-register before the event.
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- No walk-ins will be allowed the day of the event: if your name is not on the list, you will be denied entry.
Please be advised that these regulations are subject to change at any given point due to University and Journalism policies. For all settings, the University continues to strongly recommend that affiliates stay home if they feel unwell and isolate according to CDC guidelines if they test positive for COVID-19.
This discussion is co-sponsored by the Dart Center and Columbia Global Centers | Amman, in partnership with the American University of Beirut | Global Engagement Initiative. This event is the first of a four-part series called “After War: Learning from Past Conflicts” that will take place from February to June 2024 both in-person and online. Details to come.