Events in October, 2010

  • At the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City, a lecture by photojournalist Lori Grinker on her fifteen-year project Afterwar in which she traveled across thirty countries to investigate the aftereffects of conflict.

  • Friday Oct 15 2010

    Book Signing: Ron Haviv's Haiti

    5:00 PM

    At the International Center for Photography Museum in New York City, a book signing with Ron Haviv of his book "Haiti: January 12, 2010."

  • Monday Oct 18 2010

    Discussion: The Crisis in Russia's Media

    4:30 PM

    At Columbia University in New York City, a conversation about the challenges facing journalists and other media workers in contemporary Russia.

  • Tuesday Oct 19 2010

    Conversation: Censorship By Bullet in Mexico

    6:00 PM

    At Cooper Union in New York City, an event featuring readings, conversations, and discussions about the impact of Mexico’s soaring drug-related violence on freedom of expression and civil society.

  • At the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia's conference in Hobart, Australia, a workshop on broadcasting after traumatic events.

  • Wednesday Oct 27 2010

    Panel: Reinvention of Journalism in Haiti

    1:00 PM

    At Columbia University in New York City, a panel about the changing state of journalism in Haiti.

  • At the New School University in New York City, a symposium about the stalled Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission, created to investigate more than 20 years of civil conflict and human rights violations in the country.

  • Friday Oct 29 2010

    Workshop: When Soldiers Come Home

    8:00 AM

    In Tulsa, Oklahoma, a half-day workshop for Oklahoma-based reporters, editors, producers and news directors aimed at improving coverage of veterans' issues.