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“Reporting Human Rights,” NYU Journalism Panel, Draws New York Times, Bbc News, Al Jazeera, NBC News-Oct. 20

October 14, 2009
N-88, 2009-10

Alternate Contact: Maria Sliwa | 973.272.2861| msliwa@msliwa.com

MEDIA ADVISORY

The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University will host “Reporting Human Rights,” a panel discussion that includes journalists from the New York Times, BBC News, NBC News, and Al Jazeera, on Tues., Oct. 20, 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m., at NYU Stern School of Business, Schimmel Auditorium, Tisch Hall, UC-50, 40 West 4th Street (at Greene St.).

The panel will include: Neil MacFarquhar, United Nations correspondent for the New York Times and author of The Media Relations Department of Hizbollah Wishes You a Happy Birthday; Katty Kay, Washington correspondent for BBC “World News America” and co-author of Womenomics: Write Your Own Rules For Success; Khaled Dawoud, New York correspondent for Al Jazeera Arabic; and NBC News Correspondent Ron Allen, who has reported from Iraq, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. Emma Daly, director of communications at Human Rights Watch, will moderate the session.

For more information, contact Maria Sliwa at 973.272.2861 or media@msliwa.com.

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