Future News Worldwide 2019 took place on 16 and 17 July at Reuters UK headquarters in Canary Wharf, London. The conference brought together 100 of the world's most talented, motivated and passionate student journalists to attend an intensive media training programme.
Highlights from Future News Worldwide
"We need to find a way of making people feel that they have a stake when the media is threatened, when freedom of expression is threatened."
Sreenivasan Jain, Managing Editor, New Delhi Television (NDTV) will be giving his take on 'Speaking truth to power: how journalism can rebuild trust by investigating and exposing official falsehoods.'.
"I never set out to be a war correspondent or even foreign correspondent, it happened really as the result of a wedding invitation."
Christina Lamb, Chief Foreign Correspondent on The Sunday Times, will reflect on her extensive experience as a journalist across the Middle East and Africa in her talk entitled 'A life in foreign correspondence'.
Sonny Swe, CEO of Frontier Myanmar Weekly Magazine, talks about negotiating with the censorship board in Myanmar, and building a career before and after prison.
Amnesty UK Media Award finalist Nadine White on getting paid and recognised as a journalist, and how a lack of diversity in the profession affects the quality of news.