How can we make the media fair for all?
Date Sat, 17 Mar 2012
Time to from 10:00 to 16:00
Location Congress House, London WC1B 3LS
Cost £10 registration fee, £6 unwaged, includes refreshments and a sandwich lunch.
Register online now for £10 + £1.25 booking fee, £6 + £0.80 for unwaged, or pay by cheque for £10, or £6 unwaged.
Media ownership and regulation are in the spotlight as never before.
Revelations about the conduct of Murdoch-owned papers have pitched the press into crisis.
The Leveson Inquiry is lifting the lid on the truth behind the headlines and there is now a once in a generation chance for real reform.
On Saturday March 17, politicians, union representatives, journalists, campaigners, commentators and academics will debate how we can reform the media
Confirmed speakers to date:
• Frances O’Grady TUC Deputy General Secretary
• Michelle Stanistreet NUJ General Secretary
• Tony Burke Assistant General Secretary Unite
• Luke Crawley Assistant General Secretary BECTU
• Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP, Deputy Labour Leader and Shadow Secretary for Culture, Media and Sport
• John Hendy QC NUJ counsel to the Leveson Inquiry
• Granville Williams Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom
• Tom O’Malley Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom and Professor of Media Aberystwyth University
• James Curran Co-ordinating Committee for Media Reform
• Natalie Fenton Professor of Media and Communications Goldsmiths College London
• Jim Boumelha International Federation of Journalists
Travel Travel Tube Tottenham Court Road, more details: http://www.congresscentre.co.uk/location.asp
Accessibility Accessibility Congress House is accessible, more details:http://www.congresscentre.co.uk/facilities_disabled.asp
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