Knocking Down the Language Barrier

Presented at London16
March 31, 2016
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Whether we’re talking about the migrant routes in Europe, countries where multiple languages are spoken or conversations around terrorism and extremism, hot-button topics in the news involve a broad range of people who often aren’t invited in to the conversation. How do newsroom reach these audiences? How can journalists encourage them to participate?


Featuring

Stijn Aelbers
Humanitarian Advisor, Internews
Eliza Anyangwe
Founder, Nzinga Effect
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