Ah Jook Ku Lecture Series Freedom of Information Day Luncheon

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Luncheon Seminar

When: Mar 17 2008 (All day)
Where: East-West Center Hawaii Imin International Conference Center
What:
   The
Honolulu Community-Media Council, East-West Center, Society of Professional
Journalists, University of Hawaii School of Communications, Student Equity
Excellence and Diversity (SEED), and University of Hawaii West Oahu,

cordially
invite you to

Ah Jook Ku Lecture
Series
Freedom of Information
Day Luncheon

with

Sheila Coronel, Director
Toni Stabile Center
for Investigative Journalism, Columbia
University; 2003 Ramon Magasaysay
Awardee for developing investigative journalism in the Philippines

Endangered Watchdogs?
Investigative Reporting in
Troubled Times

Time:
11:30 a.m. -Registration
12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. -
Lunch & Program

Cost:
$30.00 - members of sponsoring organizations
$35.00 - non-members

Please RSVP by
Thursday, March 13

Parking:
$3.00 (pay at guard kiosk)
Present flier at guard
kiosk and display flier on dashboard.
Please park on grass between Imin Center and Lincoln Hall.

 

 

New technologies and globalization have forever changed
journalism. Getting to the
bottom of a story, exposing
corruption, human rights abuses, and serving as a "watch dog" for the
general public still remains as risky -some say riskier- today as itever in
many countries.

Sheila Coronel, a leading figure in investigative journalism in
the Philippines and Asia,
has reported on the wind down of the Marcos regime in the Philippines including human rights
abuses, the growingdemocratic movement, and
the election of Corazon Aquino. Ms Coronel has written on major social issues,
the military, poverty and corruption. In1989, she and her colleagues founded
the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ). Under her
stewardship, the PCIJ became the premier investigative reporting institution in
the region. The PCIJ trains journalists in investigative skills, and has
provided an environment for in-depth, groundbreaking reporting.

Ms Coronel is the author and editor of more than a dozen books and
has received numerous awards and widespread recognition of her work. She
received her MA in political sociology from the London School.

 

 

 

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