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.MORE
At the International Center for Photography Museum in New York City, a book signing with Ron Haviv of his book "Haiti: January 12, 2010."MORE
At Columbia University in New York City, a conversation about the challenges facing journalists and other media workers in contemporary Russia.MORE
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.MORE
At the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia's conference in Hobart, Australia, a workshop on broadcasting after traumatic events.MORE
At Columbia University in New York City, a panel about the changing state of journalism in Haiti.MORE
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.MORE
In Tulsa, Oklahoma, a half-day workshop for Oklahoma-based reporters, editors, producers and news directors aimed at improving coverage of veterans' issues.MORE
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