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Meet the Expert: 7 building blocks of Reflective Journalism with Shirish Kulkarni

When?

March / 9 / Tue  @  7:30 pm  -  February / 9 / Tue  @  9:00 pm

Where?

Online

Costs?

Free Event.

Contact?

NUJ Cymru Training Wales,
Email : trainingwales@nuj.org.uk

NUJ Training Wales is delighted to bring you this special event from the NUJ’s Cardiff and South East Wales Branch.

Drawing on his work around news storytelling, community engagement and representation, award-winning investigative journalist Shirish Kulkarni will outline the difficult questions we need to start addressing, and set out a framework from which to build change.

How do we build a journalism that better reflects society, provides users with the information they need to participate, and inspires trust?

The process starts by reflecting on where journalism’s gone wrong, and the questions we never stopped to ask.

About Shirish Kulkarni

Shirish is an award-winning journalist and researcher with 25 years’ experience working in all the UK’s major broadcast newsrooms. He currently works as a freelance investigative journalist and as a community organiser at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.

He’s produced a range of agenda-setting investigations, which have made headlines across the world – from work on the radicalisation of children by the far right, to the overprescription of antidepressants and ADHD drugs to young people. His work uncovering the British Steel Pensions Scandal won a Wales Media Award and led to a parliamentary inquiry and a ban on pensions cold-calling.

He’s spent the last year asking fundamental questions about what and who journalism is for, in order to construct a model of reflective journalism that better represents our communities.

Twitter: @ShirishMM
LinkedIn: Shirish Kulkarni
Medium: @ShirishMonnow

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