TORONTO, March 3 /CNW/ - The Canadian Journalism Foundation is hosting a panel discussion with journalists who reported from Haiti. The event, "Stories from Haiti: A Round Table Discussion with Reporters Who Were There", takes place at Innis Town Hall at the University of Toronto on Tuesday, March 16 at 6:30 p.m. After the presentation, there will be Q&A with the audience followed by a reception in the adjacent café where panelists and guests can continue the discussion.
STORIES FROM HAITI: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION WITH REPORTERS WHO WERE THERE
It was a news story that transfixed the world for days, then weeks: A massive earthquake in Haiti left thousands dead, and thousands more homeless without food, water or medical help. The pictures and stories coming out of the collapsing nation were heartbreaking. Some accused the media of feeding on suffering, while others credited them for bringing attention and thus aid to the devastated country. But no one would dispute that for those who were there it was an unforgettable assignment.
Handling mixed emotions was just the first of many challenges faced by journalists who took on the tough assignment of reporting in Haiti. We'll hear their stories and more at the next CJF Forum.
Maclean's foreign correspondent Michael Petrou
Toronto Star reporter and columnist Catherine Porter
Globe and Mail reporter Anna Mehler Paperny
Globe and Mail photographer Fernando Morales
The discussion will be moderated by author and journalist Sally Armstrong
WHEN: Tuesday, March 16, Presentation 6:30 p.m., Reception 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://cjfhaiti.eventbrite.com
Thank you to CJF Forums Exclusive Series Sponsor: BMO FINANCIAL GROUP
SOURCE News - Media
For further information: For further information: Press inquiries: Heather McCall, Program Manager, Canadian Journalism Foundation, email@example.com, (416) 955-0630