Behind the Headlines: Ukraine – changing how we bear witness to war.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused immense human suffering, a refugee crisis, the renewed spectre of nuclear attack, and now, international outrage at evidence of war crimes.
How is an international media reporting on these horrific developments? This panel discussion assesses the role of traditional war correspondents, citizen journalists, and open-source information, to ask how the ‘news’ stands witness to the atrocities in Ukraine.
The online event is hosted by the Schuler Democracy Forum in the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute. It is part of the 'Behind the Headlines’ discussion series supported by the John Pollard Foundation.
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