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ExPRESSion RePRESSion: Expert panel on international efforts to protect journalists at risk
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Sharath Srinivasan.
Why are journalists finding it even more difficult to perform their job in the modern age of information dissemination? In what ways are they repressed or targeted in their work? What is the role of the state in impunity for the perpetrators of violence against journalists? And how can we stop this?
These questions will be discussed in a public event organised by Cambridge’s Centre of Governance and Human Rights (CGHR) with an expert panel:
Moderator: William Horsely, former BBC correspondent, UK Chairman, Association of European Journalists
Chair: Sharath Srinivasan, Director, Centre of Governance and Human Rights
Testimonies from the field will be combined with discussion, debate and a presentation by Christof Heyns on recent research conducted by Cambridge’s CGHR for the Special Rapporteur, and its role in his next report to the Human Rights Council on the Safety of Journalists.
This talk is part of the Centre of Governance and Human Rights Events series.
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