What is the relationship between ordinary people and journalists? How are reporters perceived from the outside? The answer by Ruth Palmer, author of the book "Becoming the News: How Ordinary People Respond to the Media Spotlight".
An all-female panel of foreign correspondents share their experience on reporting from Yemen: how difficult is it to enter the country? How do you avoid endangering your team and the ones you love?
The recent success of populisms all over the world shows an indisputable lack of trust in institutions, journalism being one of them. How can journalists win their audience's trust again? Jay Rosen shares his personal suggestions and mission to the IJF18's audience.
News about Syria are all over the web: but how was the revolution that started it all? And what's left of it? Donatella della Ratta and Noura Ghazi Safadi share their life experiences talking about the man who intertwined their fate: Bassel Khartabil Safadi.
In una società in cui disparità di genere e femminicidio sono realtà concrete e quotidiane, compito del giornalista è interrogarsi su quale sia l’approccio adeguato a poter affrontare e raccontare i temi di genere: il vademecum di Giulia Blasi per un giornalismo equo.