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Wednesday, June 5 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Populism Reawakened: What Does it Mean for Quality Journalism? LIMITED

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Amid a global rise in populist governments and movements, how can mainstream media navigate the perceived gulf between “ordinary people” and the “elite”? How should journalists respond to populist rhetoric branding the press as traitors and enemies of the people? Can quality media reclaim the term “populism” by serving the public interest?

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Anita Pratap

Contributing Editor, The Week

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Caelainn Barr

Data Projects Editor, The Guardian
Caelainn Barr is the data projects editor at the Guardian. When working for the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, she used data analysis to uncover the misuse of expenses by the European Commission and human rights abuses in Ethiopia. She has also worked at the Wall Street Journal... Read More →
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John Daniszewski

Vice President for Standards, AP
John Daniszewski became AP’s vice president for standards and editor at large in July 2016 after more than 10 years as AP’s international editor. Before that, he had spent 20 years as a foreign correspondent for the AP and The Los Angeles Times, covering many of the major international... Read More →
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Nina Horaczek

Journalist, Falter
Nina Horaczek is a political scientist, author and chief reporter of the Viennese weekly Falter. For almost two decades she is covering the extreme right in Austria and Europe.

Wednesday June 5, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm CEST
EBU Main Conference Room L'Ancienne-Route 17A, 1218 Le Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland