The world’s main editors, publishers, and journalists might be coming collectively on the 2022 IPI World Congress in New York Metropolis – Sept. 8-10 – to work on how publishers can stay free and unbiased at a time of accelerating censorship and authoritarianism.
Hosted by the Columbia College Graduate College of Journalism, Columbia College, and IPI’s North American Committee, the Congress will characteristic Nobel Peace Prize laureates Dmitry Muratov and Maria Ressa.
Congress periods embrace innovation, product growth, and media sustainability –all essential elements to maintain unbiased media wholesome and capable of perform their core democratic mission. The 2022 IPI World Congress will moreover host panels and roundtables – together with one with media funders and traders – masterclasses, plenaries, and one-on-one conversations.
The occasion can even, crucially, speak concerning the risk to journalism from the all-encompassing energy of tech platforms with The Tow Middle’s Emily Bell, The Markup’s Julia Angwin, and Siddharth Varadarajan of India’s The Wire, amongst others.
The Congress’s flagship City Corridor session will give attention to tips on how to counter disinformation and harassment campaigns concentrating on fact-based journalism. Supported by the Simon and June Li Middle for International Journalism, the panel contains The Washington Put up Govt Editor Sally Buzbee and Michael Slackman, assistant managing editor for worldwide at The New York Occasions.
The total program could be seen right here:
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