2019-04-4 11:00:00 2019-04-4 12:00:00 Europe/Rome One of the greatest challenges in development reporting is creating connections. How can journalists build strong links between people from both sides of the world and make them relate to topics that seem so far away from their immediate reality? This is exactly what some newsrooms are exploring. During this panel, three publisher grantees of The European Publishers Longterm Reporting Grant and The New Arrivals will share their experiences on how development reporting has gone mainstream and is changing the way newsrooms think about topics like migration, climate and equality. The European Publishers Longterm Reporting Grant is a media-funding project operated by the European Journalism Centre (EJC). The New Arrivals is a project is funded by the European Journalism Centre. Palazzo Sorbello - Perugia

One of the greatest challenges in development reporting is creating connections. How can journalists build strong links between people from both sides of the world and make them relate to topics that seem so far away from their immediate reality?

This is exactly what some newsrooms are exploring. During this panel, three publisher grantees of The European Publishers Longterm Reporting Grant and The New Arrivals will share their experiences on how development reporting has gone mainstream and is changing the way newsrooms think about topics like migration, climate and equality.

The European Publishers Longterm Reporting Grant is a media-funding project operated by the European Journalism Centre (EJC).

The New Arrivals is a project is funded by the European Journalism Centre.