Carleton University Chapter of Reporters Without Borders, in conjunction with RRRA, Carleton's Department of Journalism & Communications and Arthur Kroeger College, will be hosting a panel discusion to discuss issues surrounding the balance of press freedom and national security.
The event will be moderated by Shawn McCarthy, President of The Canadian Commitee for World Press Freedom.
Wesley Wark, Professor at the University of Ottawa's Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Alex Wilner, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Carleton University
Jeff Sallot, Former Globe & Mail reporter and Professor of Journalism at Carleton University
Batoul Hreiche, Masters Candidate, Carleton University
Join us on Feburary 8th at 7 p.m. at 270-274 Residence Commons (reception to follow). Tickets are free but space is limited. Please sign up at our event page listed above. Donations will be welcomed at the event ($5 suggested donation).
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