CFR Local Journalists Workshop, January 18, 2019: Joan Donovan, director of the technology and social change research project at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center; Amy S. Mitchell, director of journalism research at the Pew Research Center; and Claire Wardle, executive director of First Draft; discuss trends in disinformation and practical ways journalists can build trust with news consumers. Susan McGregor, assistant director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism and assistant professor at Columbia Journalism School, moderates.
CFR’s Local Journalists initiative equips journalists with the resources needed to draw connections between global dynamics and the local issues they cover, in order to elevate conversations on U.S. foreign policy choices and increase civic engagement. Through a webinar series, an annual workshop tailored to the needs of local journalists, and year-round foreign policy expertise and analysis, participants gain access to the vast resources CFR has to offer and a professional network of peers and sources. For more information on how to participate, please email [email protected].
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Local Journalists Workshop
CFR’s inaugural workshop for local journalists was held in January 2019 with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and brought together more than one hundred participants from 31 states, Washington, DC, and Canada, representing 77 unique media outlets including print, online publications, TV, and radio. The workshop provided resources to connect local issues with international events and a forum for sharing best practices. Held at CFR’s New York headquarters over two days, the workshop featured expert briefings on global issues and discussion group sessions on topics such as economic competitiveness, climate and environmental policy, and immigration.
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Following the success of the inaugural Local Journalists Workshop, CFR is working to develop more opportunities for local journalists to interact with CFR. We welcome input, feedback, and suggestions from journalists around the country. Please email [email protected] with your ideas or to indicate your interest in attending future workshops and events.
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