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Meet the speakers for the 10th ASEF Journalists' Colloquium

10th ASEF Journalists' Colloquium

The 10th ASEF Journalists’ Colloquiumon Crisis Reporting will gather over 30 journalists from Asia and Europe on 4-6 November 2015 in Luxembourg to examine how crises are reported in Asian and European media and explore best practices for more effective reporting. To address these topics, there will be 7 media experts who will speak at the Colloquium, namely:

Mr Guna Raj LUITEL

Editor-in-chief, Nagarik National Daily (Nepal)

Session topic: Experiencing live crisis reporting: During the Himalayan Quake in Nepal

Mr Toshimitsu SAWAI

Former chief of Nuclear Energy News, Kyodo News (Japan)

Session topic: On-site challenges during crisis reporting:  Fukushima case-study from Japan

Ms Lisa ROBINSON

Senior Advisor, BBC Media Action

Session topic: Reporting for the communities affected by crisis

Ms Amanda MCCLELLAND

Senior Officer – Health Emergency Team, International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC)

Session topic: Effective reporting during public health emergencies

Mr Phil CHETWYND

Global News Editor, AFP

Session topic: Has the social media made crisis reporting easier or tougher?: Charlie Hebdo experience

Mr Umar CHEEMA

Senior Correspondent, The News (Pakistan)

Session topic: Safety during crisis reporting

Ms Belinda GOLDSMITH

Editor-in-chief, Thomson Reuters Foundation

Session topic: Long-term coverage:  Reporting beyond an immediate crisis

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