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ReNEWS sets the stage for vital conversations about socio-cultural challenges: how they affect our newsrooms, and how we report on them. We held our second (virtual) event on Thursday, April 8, 2021. Subscribe to our newsletter below to be the first to know the date of our next event.
Our upcoming (virtual) conversation
A conversation on the situation in Afghanistan today, and what we can do to provide desperately needed mental health support, safety support, and care.
With the generous support of AFP, ReNEWS is honored to host and produce a critically important fundraising event to help Afghan journalists and media workers with crucial mental health support, safety support and care in a time of precedented level of danger and trauma.
THIS EVENT HAS ENDED.
Donate to the ReNEWS/AFP Trauma Fund for Afghan Journalists
All donations received in support of the ReNEWS/AFP fundraiser will be earmarked by the Rory Peck Trust, a London based charity, to create a mental health fund specifically for Afghan journalists who have fled Afghanistan.
ReNEWS is a global gathering by and for editors united in standing up for the free exchange of information and ideas
How we are different
We are well aware of Zoom fatigue and we wouldn't ask you for your time if we didn't believe we are offering something special.
We bring you a surprising mix of known and new voices.
Editors reflect on how their newsrooms address the challenges being discussed.
All viewers can participate and contribute to the conversation.
Attendees can share their knowledge and network with peers in smaller groups.
Meet our moderator
The moderator and face of ReNEWS is Amy Selwyn. Amy started her career in US and international news and journalism with The New York Times, the BBC, and The Associated Press. Later, as an independent consultant, she became the managing director of News Xchange, one of the most prominent annual meetings of the international news industry. Besides her career in the news industry, Amy is passionate about photography and writing.
Our Advisory Board
Our Advisory Board comprises news executives, experts and researchers from the fields of news and media.
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